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questions to ask yourself
middot responsibility accounting questions to ask yourself

questions to ask yourself

Written by  riverton mussar

Use these questions to evaluate your day:

            1. What were the seeds that affected your responsibility in various arenas today?
            2. Did a you shirk away from a responsibility today and if so why?
            3. Do you have too many responsibilities? Do you need to spread out your load?
            4. Do you feel resentful, burdened, overwhelmed or content with your current responsibilities?
            5. Do you have more responsibility than you can handle simply because you feel you can do the job better?
            6. Do responsibilities bring stress or purpose to you?
            7. How can you be more responsible tomorrow?
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