A free man is a jealous of his responsibilities as he is of his liberties.
A human being's first responsibility is to shake hands with himself.
A man carries his success or his failure with him, it does not depend on outside conditions.
A man, as a general rule, owes very little to what he is born with — a man is what he makes of himself.
Accept responsibility for your life. Know that it is you who will get you where you want to go, no one else.
Accept the consequences of your actions in order to become the agent of your mental, physical, spiritual and material success.
Accountability breeds response-ability.
All business depends upon men fulfilling their responsibilities.
All men, if they work not as in the great taskmaster's eye, will work wrong, and work unhappily for themselves and for you.
An individual without information can't take responsibility. An individual with information can't help but take responsibility.
Anyone who is capable of getting themselves made President should on no account be allowed to do the job.
As human beings, we are endowed with freedom of choice, and we cannot shuffle off our responsibility upon the shoulders of God or nature. We must shoulder it ourselves. It is up to us.
As novices, we think we're entirely responsible for the way people treat us. I have long since learned that we are responsible only for the way we treat people.
Be more aware of responsibility than you are of your rights.
Bear one another's burdens.
Champions take responsibility. When the ball is coming over the net, you can be sure I want the ball.
Each is responsible for his own actions.
Each of us has the right and the responsibility to asses the road which lie ahead and those over which we have traveled, and if the feature road looms ominous or unpromising, and the road back uninviting-inviting, then we need to gather our resolve and carrying only the necessary baggage, step off that road into another direction. If the new choice is also unpalatable, without embarrassment, we must be ready to change that one as well.
Enlightened people seldom or never possess a sense of responsibility.
Every human being has a work to carry on within, duties to perform abroad, influence to exert, which are peculiarly his, and which no conscience but his own can teach.