of "excuses" is, except to
know that a majority of the
time excuses equal some sort
of self-dishonesty. Infact
someone once told me that
an excuse is a well planned
I think they're part of what we think we "should do" vs. being a "must do"! They come from us not being able to take our own "no's". They're what we say to people so that we "don't hurt their feelings". They are also what we say so that others
don't hurt us. Excuses are part of what we're tolerating in
our life that we know we shouldn't and yet feel we must rationalise it.
If we look it again one can say excuse is a self-destructive
alibi for having failed to do something, especially when it
involves attaining a goal. Instead of trying to persevere in
finding ways to continue achieving a goal, some of us resort
to excuses.Hm, the list goes on and on...
So what's your own excuse today?
A Word Of Advice:If you always have a lot of excuses, you should
strive more to overcome them because you'll be able to double your
achievement then. When the odds are greater, the prize gets much bigger.
After all the efforts you have exerted, the prize of success shall be
a well-deserved one. The fact is "QUIT GIVING EXCUSES" no matter how
reasonable you think they are.