“Everyone has something”– B.Whitfield
The sincere ignorance that is dismissed.
I’m the kind of person that when I hear someone speak about a problem with an obvious solution, however, blame it on an excuse, I’m like that’s why you’ll never own a business, you’ll be stuck in that 9-5 grind. Don’t get me wrong! There is nothing wrong with working a 9-5 if you are content and happy with what you’re doing. Hey, all the power to you, but I’m talking about the ones that come up to me and try to take away from the hard work I put into what I do.
It took me awhile to get here because I had to re-evaluate my own life issues and work on the baggage of the past and for everyone it is something different, but for many that have succeeded, their issues were temporary or worked on to get to the position they got to and they continue to work on them. They found a way passed them just enough to start their business and no one has a right to take that from them.
Addressing what we need to.
In order for us to become great, we have to acknowledge our actions, because every time we don’t take accountability, we allow our excuses to get the best of us. It’s easier to make an excuse than work on ourselves. The journey lies within the process and since many of us don’t have the patience we take the easier route. But, how easy can it be when we will run into the same problem again, it’s inevitable- we will be right back at square one.
Relatable articles that touch more on addressing what we need to.
Stop with the luck excuse!
No one is lucky to start a business, it all comes from hard work, even those who inherited. Someone worked hard to build that business from the ground up to pass down to their children. It takes a lot of patience and effort to start something from scratch and then turn around and make it into something worth dollars. That’s why its easier to make excuses than work on building a business. Failure is a big worry for a lot of us, but is it scarier to fail or scarier to not try at all?
Making a conscious effort.
We all need to make a conscious effort to build something, a conscious effort means taking the risk, putting in the best versions of ourselves while learning from trial and error. Becoming conscious of our efforts is a dedication to not only ourselves but to succeeding in our goals. Daily habit building makes a difference in what we can achieve.