#WednesdayWisdom : Make Progress Or Make Excuses, Which Do You Prefer?

Tony Robbins once said, “There are only two options: Make progress or make excuses.” This quote is exactly what you may need to hear if you have trouble with putting things off or procrastinating.

If you are struggling with motivating yourself to take action, think of it this way… What would a successful person like Dangote, Alakija  or Otedola do?

If they were you, they wouldn't mess around and make excuses, because excuses don't make progress. And you know what no progress means, don't you?

It means you won't make any money or become any more successful.


 In other words, when you make excuses, you have no right to complain about having no improvements in your life.


Taking action now is what gets you closer and closer to your dreams. Taking action on what you know is just getting to work before trying to come up with the perfect plan, perfect timing or getting the perfect tools.


Why is it that some of the most successful billionaires in the world today didn't even finish school? In fact, Richard Branson didn't even finish high school.


This is because it isn't book smarts or what you know how to do that creates success, it is what you do with what you know. The experience and feedback you get from doing something is what helps you learn and create success.



Author: 

Suka Lewis

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