Excuses, Actually

At our most basic level, we humans are creatures of habit and comfort. Our brains prefer to be on autopilot, which is why there are countless books, coaches, and tools available to help you rewire your mindset. One of the most valuable- and free!- exercises I recommend to my clients is learning to listen for excuses. How many times a day do you or those around you make an excuse? I don’t make guarantees often but I’m certain it will be more than you think. In the words of one of my favorite movies, once you start looking for them, you’ll notice that excuses are actually all around us. “Sorry I’m late for lunch, I got stuck in traffic.” “I could have done a better job on that project if

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