Piece of Positivity 9•8•14

Monday, September 8, 2014

There is a difference between "I can't" and "I won't". People set themselves up for failure every time they use that horrific "I can't". If someone wants it badly enough, they can. An eleventh grader won't get an A if they refuse to study. Someone with ambitions of losing weight will remain unhealthy if
they always find a reason to eat cookies instead of go for a run. An aspiring writer is hopeless if they constantly find an excuse to avoid their paper and pen.

People create excuses so they can pretend that they aren't letting themselves down.

Someone can list off 100 excuses for why they can't do something, but who cares? Nobody. Because everything they won't do is something that someone else will do.

Don't study. Don't workout. Don't write. But they lose the privilege of complaining once they finally have the inevitable epiphany that they control their own success. If someone wants results, then they have to work for them.

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