Affirmations for accountability (35+)

Affirmations for accountability

  • I am a magnet for blessings.
  • I am free to create my OWN reality. I have choices in all situations. Nothing stands between me and my highest good.
  • I overcome fears by following my dreams.
  • My mistakes don’t define me. I will trust the process and celebrate myself for my progress. I am putting forth a genuine effort and will recognize that that is enough.
  • I am love. I am purpose. I was made with divine intention.
  • I am worthy of love. There is nothing that can change that. I was born worthy.
  • I love myself, unconditionally.
  • My possibilities are endless.
  • There is something in this world that only I can do. That is why I am here.
  • I release my need to impress others. I know that I have nothing to prove. I choose to accept myself just the way I am!
  • I belong in any space I walk in to.
  • I will surround myself with positive people. If there are people in my life who try to disturb or threaten my peace, leading with love, I will remove them from my space and focus on the souls I share a genuine connection with.
  • You are uniquely gifted.
  • Your faith in yourself and your mission will take you far. Take the faith and courage of the ancestors with you. Do it scared; courage is feeling fear and taking action anyway.
  • I am my best source of inspiration.
  • I choose to live a rich and full life.
  • My sexuality is sacred, and I create healthy relationships. I deserve to experience life’s pleasures.
  • I give myself space to grow and learn.
  • I am filled with joy, happiness, and love.
  • I am becoming a better version of myself each day.
  • I celebrate my victories and embrace my failures as opportunities to learn and grow.
  • My brown skin is beautiful, and it even absorbs sunlight!
  • I was built this way for a reason, so I’m going to use it (Simon Biles)
  • I Matter.
  • Don’t get stuck.
  • I deserve to evolve.
  • Feelings are your personal property.
  • I critically question and reject negative stereotypes and society’s lowered expectations of black leaders.
  • I feed my spirit. I train my body. I focus my mind. It’s my time.
  • I embrace my full potential, even if it makes others feel uncomfortable. I am meant to do big things. I embrace that.
  • I am responsible for myself, my feelings and thoughts
  • I am the director of my life
  • I am responsible for what I do and what I think
  • Every day I become more responsible
  • I am responsible for all of my actions responsibility affirmations
  • I accept complete responsibility for my beliefs
  • How I respond to my life is my choice
  • I take responsibility for who I am
  • The time of making excuses for my actions is over
  • I am responsible for how I act and react in any situation
  • I am willing to take responsibility for myself and my needs
  • Today I take responsibility for reclaiming my power
  • I take responsibility for my choices today and always
  • I am responsible for freeing myself from depression
  • I am responsible for who I want and do not want in my life
  • Today I take 100% responsibility for my life.
  • I am responsible for how I show up in life.
  • I am not responsible for how others see me or what they think of me.
  • I am responsible for all my thought, words, actions and results.
  • I allow others to be responsible for their own thoughts, words, actions and results.
  • I honor my commitment to be responsible, regardless of challenges, and even when I don’t feel like doing it.
  • I wear my responsibility badge with pride.
  • I accept my responsibility for nurturing those gifted to me.
  • I allow my commitment to be responsible define who I am.
  • My achievements from being responsible make me smile.
  • Taking responsibility for my life empowers me.
  • I take responsibility for my past, present and future.
  • I am responsible for my financial health.
  • I am responsible for learning and acquiring the skills, tools and resources to live my ideal life.
  • I am responsible for my reflection but not for your perception.
  • I take responsibility for my set-backs and come-backs
  • It’s my responsibility to make amends to those I have abused, misused, lied to or abandoned.
  • I am responsible for the planet and its creatures.
  • If I do not like where the road is taking me it is my responsibility to get off.
  • Being responsible is one of my core values.
  • I am soaring on the wings of responsibility and I am enjoying the view.
  • I communicate regularly and accurately with my family, business partners, work associates, team members and my coach.
  • If I don’t understand something, I seek out information.
  • I own my own problems and circumstances.
  • When I make a mistake or don’t follow thru on an assignment, I admit it without making excuses.
  • I am proactive, often taking the initiative.
  • I ask for the things I need to do my job
  • I analyze my activities and ask, “How is this contributing to my goals?”
  • I analyze my activities and ask, “What more can I do?”
  • I stand and deliver when it’s time to report on my actions.
  • I welcome my coach’s feedback
  • I model accountability for my family, friends, business partners, the people I work with and supervise.
  • I readily confront unaccountable behavior in others.
  • I am responsible for my health
  • I am responsible for my wealth
  • I am responsible
  • I take responsibility for who I am: the bad and the good
  • I am responsible for everything in my life.
  • I step fully into self-responsibility
  • I embrace responsibility
  • I am responsible for my happiness
  • I take responsibility for my dreams
  • I take responsibility for my past
  • I take responsibility now
  • I take responsibility for my future
  • I am responsible for my success
  • I take responsibility for my actions
  • I am responsible for my feelings
  • I am responsible for who I surround myself with
  • I am responsible for what I allow from others
  • I am responsible for the words that I put out into the world
  • I accept responsibility for all of my choices
  • I am responsible for my daily habits
  • I am responsible for what I consume
  • I am responsible for my self-improvement
  • I am responsible for where I am
  • I am responsible for all my thoughts
  • I am responsible for who I am
  • I am responsible for my attitude
  • I am responsible for my belief in myself
  • I am responsible for my inner-world
  • I am responsible for my energy
  • I am responsible for my problems and solutions
  • I am responsible for what I accomplish in life
  • I am responsible for the good and bad deeds I leave behind
  • I am responsible for living a life that is true to what I believe in
  • I take full responsibility for my life so that I may live my dreams.

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Research Resources

Manifestations are sometimes viewed as pseudoscience but there is some interesting research that does at least give you some reason to believe otherwise.
See here, here, and here.

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