To See the Whole Video, Go To - Ignore Excuses Below is a transcription of this video This is for those people who are listening to other people’s excuses. Just think about it. I just had an imaginary conversation with a person. It was a conversation in anticipation of a conversation that I was going to have. I realized what I was going to say. You’ve always got to give some excuses about why I couldn’t do something, right?
What I heard myself saying was look, don’t tell me that stuff because you’ve already told yourself the excuse and you believe the excuse. The problem is that if you tell me your excuses and I start believing them, then it’s going to be a lot more difficult to dispel it. You’re better off not telling me what the excuses are so that you don’t have another person believing those. It doesn’t make any difference to me whether you do it or you don’t do it, whether you move forward or you don’t move forward. It’s going to make a difference to you. I apologize, but I’m serving you by not listening to your excuses. I’m done talking. What do you have to say? I was just thinking about that and I was planning out a conversation for listening to excuses. I realized that it’s a trick that I can use, that you can use for yourself. I don’t even know if it’s a trick. It’s a conversation that you can have for yourself. You don’t want to listen to your excuses and you definitely don’t want to involve other people in your excuses because excuses are something that has you get you in the way of doing the things that you actually want to do. Whether it’s doing something for yourself or doing it for somebody else, it’s all about building relationships. If you’re a person who has people telling excuses to you, don’t allow them.
Stop them in their tracks because it is about the stuff getting into your head, the negative stuff getting into your head but itâ€™s also about serving them and their higher purpose. Donâ€™t listen to any excuses that anybody has. Thanks a lot.