From Seth Grodin:
“I have kids at home, I don’t have a manager, I need to pay off student debt, my boss never lets me, I’m really busy because of soccer season, my knee is acting up, there’s already five galas coming up, my RSI hurts when I type, I don’t have a degree, I have a degree and can’t waste it, I’m not good at that, I tried it before but it didn’t work, I’ve never tried it before, the weather is crazy, isn’t it, the election is right around the corner, it’s been too long at this job they won’t listen to me, I’m going to retire soon, I’m too young, I’ll never learn, it’s too risky…”
We all have our lists. We all have our litany of reasons for not doing what should be done.
For not seizing the opportunity. For not going to the gym. For not spending time with our friends and family.
Reasons why we can’t take that first step. Or the next. For why success is always just beyond our grasp.
What’s on your list?
[Via Seth’s Blog]