“If you really want to do something, you will find a way. If you don’t, you will find an excuse.” -Jim Rohn
Excuses have the power to stop almost anything.
Excuses are what we say to ourselves long before we use them on anyone else.
Excuses offer protection from responsibility.
Excuses help us cling to the status quo.
Excuses eliminate the need to take a risk.
Excuses stop us from reaching out to others when they need us most.
Excuses rob us of our potential.
A well-crafted excuse can justify a lifetime of inaction, with only one sentence.
Excuses are easy to find, and even easier to use.
The sad irony about excuses is that their power only impacts the person giving the excuse.
Everyone else knows the truth about your excuse, even if they have their own excuse for ignoring it.