Do something. Stop giving excuses. Let me explain why?
“If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way. If you don’t, you’ll find an excuse.”
In my work-life, I had heard many such excuses. Such excuses, I heard so many times in my extended family too. My nephew, 38 years old, still now blames his parents for his life. On several issues, the state government blames the central government and vice versa. Tons of such excuses have filled and chocked my ears.
Why do you give excuses? Let’s find the answers.
Suppose you have two jobs, and you are on the top of an inclined plane. Pulling a metallic ball from the bottom to the top where you stand is one job. The other job is to roll a metallic ball from top to bottom. What will you prefer to do? Indeed, you will prefer to move the ball. Am I right? When you roll the ball, then you need not spend your energy. Gravity will pull the ball. So the ball will move to the bottom automatically.
The same thing happens when you give excuses. When you do so, you don’t do any hard work. Then what do you do? You spend minimum energy through explanations. And you like it. Why do you like it? It’s your comfort zone. You don’t want to come out of this zone.
If you want to do something, you will have to come out of your comfort zone. Once you come out, you can make an effort. When you do so, you will succeed. I am sure you can understand the dynamics of excuses now. Stop giving excuses. Do something.
Let’s join hands to do something good for society. No excuses, please.