Tom Corley, author of Rich Habits Poor Habits, found from his research of rich and poor people that people with the habits of the rich (and who are often rich) seek answers to the question of why something did not work out as expected.  They do not seek to apportion blame on someone else, something else or assign it to fate.  Do you have the ‘rich habit’ of seeking answers (even if it is your fault) – and take responsibility - or the ‘poor habit’ of outsourcing the blame?