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Tag Archives: excuses
Everyone has a choice to create the happiness and the life of their dreams. Yet, few will take the initiative to actually make things happen. They come up with all the reasons they can not have what they want.
There are many excuses everything from: the dog to the kids, to my spouse or partner, to heap load of debt or no money, to I have a headache or I need to wash my hair. Think about your excuses.
How committed are you to your dream of creating a lifestyle of your dreams?
How committed are you to growing a … Read the rest
When you finally get a chance to sit down and the end of the day, can you honestly say that you have given your very best effort for that day? Several individuals will say, “Absolutely!” whereas others may say, “Well, I guess I could have “tried” a little harder.” Notice the difference. One statement , is with conviction and the other is weaker. Could have, would have and should have’s are not declarations of intent. When you say I will try, it means maybe yes and maybe no. Now what if you said, “… Read the rest
Sometimes I have people come up to me and say that they are just getting started in their businesses and they do not have much money to invest in clothes and specific things. Start small. Get one great outfit. It can be from a consignment store. It can be something you found on sale. It can be borrowed from your friend. Whatever it is – start! Don’t come up with excuses of why you can’t. Whatever you feel good in and if you are feeling great that is going to exude to the world. When you are feeling great, people … Read the rest