A great blog post about realising the opportunities we have and why we don’t go after what we want. Many of us make excuses for staying in an unhappy state and stop ourselves from actively pursuing changes in our lives that can promote happiness and get us to where we want to be. It’s all about focusing on the opportunities we have rather than the lack 🙂
When you really think about it, most of the “reasons” we use to explain why we didn’t do something or why we didn’t succeed, are actually excuses.
The most common excuses I receive in comments and emails are: not enough time and not enough money. But didn’t Einstein, Bill Gates, Mark Cuban, Steve Jobs, etc. all have 24 hours in a day? And haven’t there been millionaires start with no money to their name?
In my opinion a reason sounds like this…”I couldn’t pick up the spoon that fell on the floor because I have no hands.” An excuse sounds like this…”I couldn’t pick up the spoon because I worked all day and my back is sore.” The more I operate this blog the more I believe that the vast majority of us use excuses and not reasons. I’m not judging, nor am I trying to give anyone a hard…
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