Excuses are barriers between dreams and actions.
Success is what comes after you stop making excuses.
Once again i hear of somebody who is going to settle down and do their work, painting or writing or whatever, as soon as they get a better light installed, or as soon as they move to a new city, or as soon as they come back from the trip they have been planning, or as soon as…
It’s simple: they just don’t want to do it, or they can’t do it, otherwise they’d feel a burning itch from hell they could not ignore and “soon” would turn quickly into “now”
If it is important to you, you will find a way. If not, you will find an excuse.
Often times when I talk to people about sports I hear stuff along the lines of “I like running, I just never get round to it” or “I want to get fit, but it is so hard”. Well, no, you do not like running. And you do not like getting fit. What you want is being fit and just having finished a workout. What you want is the feeling of accomplishment, but not the pain and struggle before that. So let’s talk about the difference between wanting to train and wanting to be in shape; let’s talk about priorities, habits and reaching your so called “goals”.
While you are still waiting to find an easy way (or the perfect time) someone else is already getting results because they decided making progress is more important than making excuses.
It takes less time to do a thing right, than it does to explain why you did it wrong.