Responsibility is doing what is needed, rather than expect others to do it.

Responsibility is the ability to respond-ably to the need at hand.

You take on what is needed to do, with diligence and reliability.

You make choices, rather than just let others decide things.

You accept accountability for your choices and actions.

You admit to making mistakes.

When you make a mistake you try to fix it, instead of making excuses or blaming others.

Others can trust you to work at completing things with your best ability.


Helpfulness is offering your help, without waiting to be asked.

You are of service to others, doing practical things that make a difference.

You’re cooperative with the hopes and needs of the larger group.

You discover what is needed, then pitch in to do it.

When we help each other, we all achieve more.

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