The type of personal responsibility that is needed to be good in the clutch is different. It is always there, but under pressure it becomes purely focused and is the underlying force in the action: I am doing this because it is the right thing to do, and if I fail, I know I tried. Responsibility here is not accounting for your actions; it is your actions. And however it turns out, you are the one who did it. … That is responsibility. That is doing what is right and leaving the rest to be sorted out.

– Paul Sullivan, Clutch p. 143