1. Mandy Allen@Learn To Blog
    August 17, 2012 @ 12:28 pm

    Very good points, Barrie. I have a friend who always blames someone else for everything. They go through life from one crisis to the other because they never stop to look at themselves and their behaviour. After all, it is always someone else’s fault for them!

    Enjoy the journey.



    • Barrie Evans
      August 17, 2012 @ 3:16 pm

      Yep, that’s how I see it Mandy. I have a friend who at the moment is feeling sorry for himself and always looking to blame someone. I keep telling him things won’t change until he starts to change his thought and belief process and look inside for the answer. It’s how i overcame so many things and I amd amazed how simple it is to get these things done.


  2. Ryan Biddulph
    August 18, 2012 @ 1:42 am

    Hi Barrie,

    Blame. Disempower yourself. Give your power to someone or some situation outside yourself. Own everything that happens in your life. All that happens has its origin in you. Believe this. You will be FREE! Power advice here.

    Take responsibility for your thoughts, feelings and every result you get. Own it all. Once you own it, you can be free of it. Release any situation which no longer serves you. Own, release, be free.

    This is tough at first. We like blaming…at least the ego does. But with practice, it feels so good to stop blaming, start owning, and become free.




    • Barrie Evans
      August 18, 2012 @ 11:33 am

      Agree wholeheartedly with you Ryan. Thanks for you comment.


  3. Lawrence Bergfeld
    August 20, 2012 @ 5:16 am

    There is no such thing as blaming anybody for anything. You either are going to make money or you are going to make excuses. NOT both.

    Your best solution is to be an intelligent follower by doing EXACTLY what the leader does. If you are more productive then you have a chance of surpassing the leader in both income & productity.

    Lawrence Bergfeld


    • Barrie Evans
      August 20, 2012 @ 9:38 am

      Thank you for your comment Lawrence. I agree with you about following the leader and doing what they do to succeed. The reason I wrote this article was because I have experienced people “blaming” people recently and this was based on their own decisions and not the person they perceive requires the blame to be aimed at. You have seen what I mean by coming out with the statement to follow the leader in your business and be successful and being productive yourself.
      I see a lot of the “blame” as excuses for not doing things right and seeking to find a way to go away from the real reason to diverting attention from the “blamer” to the “blamee” if this makes sense.


  4. Yetunde
    August 22, 2012 @ 11:18 pm

    This article is of definitely great timing. A few people I know are becoming disillusioned with their network marketing business. I have advised that the least they can do is to stay active and not to give up totally. Every man is indeed the Architect of his own life.
    As for the blame game, I know someone who blames someone else for things going wrong in his life. Even if he is no longer in contact with the person he still blames them.


    • Barrie Evans
      August 23, 2012 @ 8:16 am

      Thank you for your comment Yetunde. Agree with your thoughts 100%. It’s amazing how many people these days do blame others for something in their own lives and of their own doing.


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