It’s better to offer no excuse than a bad one
June 29th - NO excuses
You can make excuses or you can make progress. You choose.
The toughest thing about excuses is that tend to be based on some semblance of truth. I don’t make excuses for who I am or what I do. I take responsibility for what I am and do. If excuses are made, they are a sign of what we fell short of doing. If people make excuses it’s because they don’t like a particular result in life.
It could be about finances, career, or health. When faced with a question of why life is not what you want it to be, you can make an excuse,or accept responsibility. the mistake most people make is that they blame their shortcomings on outside circumstances. We say we are too tired, or too busy.
If we want to stop making excuses we need to focus on why we want to improve our life. Accept the fact that you will not always get it right the first time. When you take accountability for the results in your life amazing things will happen and you will start to think of ways to change it. Don’t make excuses, make progress.
You can makes excuses or you can get the job done, but you can’t do both..