I hate people who make excuses.
Excuses about why five years have passed and you’re still
dreaming about one day pursuing your dreams.
Excuses about why you haven’t gotten out of that horribly toxic
relationship that’s sucking the life out of you. Literally.
Excuses about why after all these years…you still don’t have any
I hate excuses. Hate.
Look, I get it.
Life knocked you down.
And sometimes it’s easier to stay down than to risk fighting to get
Because you’re always wondering what if you hit rock bottom again,
like the last three times. You might. But it’s really hard to win
against someone who refuses to give up.
I watch single women and single mothers year after year disrespect
their dreams, talents and gifts by ignoring them…and I’m tired of
And so I ask you, why haven’t you started yet?
What are you afraid of?
Not having enough money?
You’ll never have enough money to fund your vision at the
beginning, but in the most magical way, the money will come once
you get started. Trust me. But better yet, trust yourself.
Not having enough encouragement from the people you love the most?
They won’t understand you or your dreams. They’ll try talking you out of it.
Sometimes it’ll be because they don’t want you to leave them behind with the reality that they didn’t become successful. Sometimes it’ll be because they don’t want you to embarrass
Either way, you’re going to have to guard your dreams and
goals like you would a newborn baby…with your life.
You’ll fail. It’s inevitable. Most millionaires and billionaires failed miserably before reaching their level of success. You will too. But it was always in my failures that I learned the best
Believe it or not, there are tons of people who are afraid of
success. They don’t believe they’ll be able to handle the money or
fame and so they self sabotage any good thing that comes their way.
Happens all the time in relationships and even more in the world of
prosperity. The question is, why don’t you believe that you deserve
to have it all?
Let today be the last day you make an excuse about why you’re not putting your dreams into action. Instead of excuses, just tell the
The truth is: You’re afraid to start.
The truth is: You’re afraid of what they’ll think.
The truth is: You’re afraid to fail…or succeed.
The truth is: You’re afraid to just (dare I say) be yourself.
I’m tired of your excuses and I wish you were tired
of them too. They’re handicapping you. They’re stooping you to the
level of mediocrity. And they will be your demise.
Because I want you to believe in yourself.
HARDER than you ever thought possible.