Take charge of your life: what’s your excuse?

Excuses, excuses… those pesky buggers.

I make them every day.

They successfully help me avoid cleaning up, put off cooking healthy foods that take time, and daring to step up my game in my business.

I’m not the only one, either: most of the people I talk to on a daily basis are constantly making excuses for why they can’t have the life they really want to have.

But there’s something very important I have to tell you about that: You can’t afford NOT to live a life you love.

Click play to find out why – and how to make it happen.

What are the most common excuses you make? And what is one GOOD thing you will take responsibility for?

Tell me in the comments below!

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Comments

  1. Hi Laura
    My excuses are that I am not technically competent and it is difficult to figure out all the technology.
    The good thing is that there are many programs available to learn the basics and I do not need to know it all.
    I have learnt new things in the past and succeeded. We learn all the time.
    As long I do the main things and delegate the rest I should be fine.
    I need to take responsibility for my life and I can do it.
    Thank you again for your inspiration.

    Love and hugs
    Raj

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  4. Fun, February 25 featured Pat Cash vs. Krickstein. Cash won the junior titles at Wimbledon plus the US Open in 1982 and proceeded to 1983, when he had become the youngest player to learn inside a Davis Cup final. He won the decisive singles rubber against Joakim Nystrm as Australia defeated Sweden 32 to say the cup and won Wimbledon in 1987. Cash defeated Krickstein 26, 63, 108.

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