“Stop making excuses.”
Yep. You heard me. You know, the ones like:
“Someone else let me down.”
“I didn’t have time.”
“It’s not my fault.”
And so on. You know in your heart when you’re making an excuse, or when you are being genuine.
Sometimes, rarely, there are reasons beyond our control.
But taking true responsibility for our lives means that we accept no excuses, and simply make things happen in spite of the obstacles or challenges.
Imagine Sir Edmund Hillary saying: “I didn’t summit Everest. It was too cold. Sorry.”?
Take responsibility for YOUR OWN LIFE. It’s yours. No one else cares as much as you do, and no one else can make your choices for you – especially that choice to give up making excuses, and choose to live by your own standards, for your own goals, to build your own body of work.
You can do it. Trust me.