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Well, we’re now 6 or so weeks into the New Year and many of you have either figured out how to “forget” the resolutions you made or have come up with some very creative ideas to avoid tackling them…you know, you’ve come up with excuses.

Most of us have no problem coming up with perfectly valid reasons for not taking action. Our excuses may temporarily make us feel better, yet they do not bring any value. Excuses do not pay the bills, they don’t solve problems, and they just allow you to justify not taking action.

I came across an old article entitled “Excuse Busters” (author not identified) that I decided would be helpful when discussing “excuses”. So here is an excerpt from this article on 5 of the more popular excuses I often hear… Continue reading