I want to ask you a question… What’s Your Excuse?
I don’t ask this question to give you an “out” for your lack of success or failure.
It seems to me that when someone experiences failure or lack of success in shape or form, the excuses start flying!
Over the last several months as I’ve coached a lot of people trying to generate income from home I’ve heard every excuse in the book! But what I’ve found that there’s four main categories these excuses typically fall in to.
So what’s your excuse and the excuses everyone else uses? I outline them in the video below and show you how to battle them to the death!
What’s Your Excuse? 4 Common Excuses
What’s Your Excuse? 4 Common Excuses People Use
- But My Health Isn’t Good. How do you cure “Health Excusitis”?
- For one, refuse to talk about your health. The more you talk about an ailment, even the common cold, the worse it seems to get.
- Refuse to worry about your health.
- Be genuinely grateful that your health is as good as it is.
- Remind yourself often, ‘It’s better to wear out than rust out.
- But You’ve Got to Have Brains to Succeed. I know a lot of ‘dumb’ people that are very successful. So how do we cure “Intelligence Excusitis”?
- Never under estimate your own intelligence and never over estimate the intelligence of others.
- Remind yourself several times a day, “My attitudes are more important than my intelligence.”
- Remember that the ability to think is of much greater value than the ability to memorize facts.
- Look at your present age positively. Think, “I’m still young,” Not “I’m already old.”
- Compute how much productive time you have left. If you’re 40 and the productive time is from age 20 to 70, you still have 30 years of productivity left in your life!
- Invest future time in doing what you really want to do.
- Accept the law of cause and effect. There are no accidents and everything happens for a reason. If someone is “lucky” it just means they’ve done something in a certain way to achieve the so called lucky results. Same goes for the person who has “bad luck.”
- Don’t be a wishful thinker. Success isn’t just going to come to you without doing anything.
So what’s your excuse? Hopefully none of the above! Excuses are a cheap way to avoid taking personal responsibility for yourself. In the words of a former manager of mine, Jared Wood:
“Never let anyone or anyone else
determine your own success.”
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