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Is it tough to be responsible ? 

I wonder how some people always get away with all the horrible stuff they do ? Well fate or luck or whatever you name it , 'that' certainly plays a great role in making them win /shine no matter how much ever they stink ! 

When does man become responsible? Is this quality applicable only for things that are 'mine'.

The moment we are in the world , we are responsible to the world , the nature, the species around and yes society. The organisation you work for is also something you need to act responsibly . It never may be your organisation but once you get to some power be it an executive or a CEO you become responsible. 

The way you carry the brand or the organization does add or negate the level of respect and name the brand or corporate conveys to the world. 

The work i do , the money i spend ( as a marketer) i have to be concerned and most important responsible. I cannot flaunt and behave the way i am or think just because i happen to be the CEO. 

Even our own life cannot be taken ( suicide) as i dont own my life. it is with some purpose God has send me down on earth. I am responsible if i dont find and complete the purpose for what i am here for ....

Well this post is because i had  experienced that not all corporates are gifted with great leaders. 

Every leader is responsible for the way the organisation functions. It is only up to the individual to make or break a rich and developing organisation. 

As a young pony in this stable , i still have a long way to go before i make a mark for myself in this big mad world but thanks that destiny has provided me with some mentors guide me and now  'being responsible' is just as easy as ' i live'..... 

I just hope even the ones who are not so , teach me only 'HOW NOT TO LIVE' !!! 

OMG.... i am mad ... ie y so much prattling pls excuse .. 

anyways take care good nite and happy dreams !

yours truly ...

Meenu 

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