Respond Able

Able to Respond

“I failed because there was a hill, downhill and the gravity pulled me over the speed limit.”

“The examiner didn’t like me so I failed.”

“It was so busy that cars were running through their yellow and reds and there was nothing I could do. I failed.”

These above are examples of Not being Able To Respond


So learn here how to be responsible here:

“I failed because there was a hill, downhill and the gravity pulled me over the speed limit…

…and I was unable to respond properly by anticipating the hill and by applying more braking to control my speeds.”

“The examiner didn’t like me so I failed.”

…and I failed to respond to the fact that I went over the speed limit because I failed to see and respond to the posted speed sign!”

“It was so busy that cars were running through their yellow and reds and there was nothing I could do. I failed.”

…and I choose to do nothing versus choosing to learn how to respond properly to the yellow light change and the heavier traffic.”

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It is easier to blame other factors!

It is more difficult to learn how to respond properly. Learn how to take responsiblity for my

own actions

or inactions.”

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