The excuse makers say things like:
“I know I should ______ but ….”
“I wish I had more time to devote to this”
“I’m just not good at _________”
On the other side of the aisle, we have the other people. The other people are the ones making progress and getting closer every day to what they want to achieve. They don’t have any more time in their day than the excuse makers, but they somehow get the important things done. As they learn new things to do that would help them succeed, they implement them quickly. And they do things whether or not they are good at them or confident in doing them.
They are heard saying things like:
“I’m going to make this work”
“I don’t know how to do that, but I’ll learn”
“I want to get better at this”
You can guess which group is knocking the ball out of the park? The other people. If you want to succeed, stop making excuses. Join the other people.