One of the most irritating habits we all have is finding excuses. “Wrote my homework, but dog ate it” If it’s important to you, you’ll make the time. If not, you’ll make an excuse.we start at the young age. I was also queen of excuses why I haven’t done the things I needed (and wanted) to be doing. “Why I should blog? I don’t know a thing about it. Everybody will make fun of me.” It is easier to stay in a safe lane and be average. Some things I never did and the reason is in this quote.
If it’s important to you, you’ll make the time. If not, you’ll make an excuse.
When I was in my 20is, I decided to go out of my comfort zone. I went to Muay Thai class. It took me a lot of the time to get to the class, but I made it. I had plenty of reasons not to go, or better say excuses. There I learned several valuable lessons: take one step and try it. If you don’t like it, you can quit it.
I applied this rule to anything. If I thinking about something new, I will try it just to see if it is “right for me” in a non threatening way. I try to do it quietly, be consistent and not tell everyone about it. Yes, there are days when I have self doubt, but I try to silence that voice and ignore it. If I am doing an excuse, it means that I am so not interested in that and I quit it immediately.