A wonderful fantasy nation called ExcuseTAN. - Life School
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LSM-16-2-2021

A wonderful fantasy nation called ExcuseTAN.

In a recently held ONLINE SUMMIT, this is how my interaction went…

 

“How many people here would like to double their income?” Almost everyone smiles and raises their hands.

 

I then ask, “How many people here would like to lose weight? Invest more time with family? Get out of debt? Achieve financial independence?”

 

Again, everyone smiles, some people cheer, and they all raise their hands.

 

Then I said, “Wonderful! These are great goals that everyone has. We all want to make more money, spend more time with our families, be fit and trim, and achieve financial independence.

 

“Not only do we all want the same things, but we all know what we have to do to achieve them. And we all intend to do those things, ONE DAY in the future.

 

But before we get started, we decide that we need to take a little vacation to a wonderful fantasy nation called ExcuseTAN.

 

The first rule of success is simple: Vote yourself off that nation.

 

Now, how can you tell if your favourite excuse is valid or not? It’s simple. Look around and ask, “Is there anyone else who has same excuse as me yet they are doing while I am avoiding?”

 

It has been said that if people put as much energy into achieving their goals as they spend making up excuses for failure, they would actually surprise themselves. But first, you have to vote yourself off the island.

 

Very few people start off with many advantages. Personally, I did not graduate from college. I worked at a labouring job for some time. I had limited education, limited skills, and a limited future.

 

And then I began asking that question: “Why are some people more successful than others?” This question changed my life.

 

Oooops, the answer to this question changed my life. They have voted themselves OFF from ‘ExcuseTAN

 

If you have a personal story on how you conquered your ExcuseTAN, I will be honoured to know it.

 

With love, prayers and exceptional wishes,
naren
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