Motivational Power Quote
An Excuse is Not a Reason
"History will never accept difficulties as an excuse."
John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States
As I see it. . . . . . . .
An excuse is not a reason
An excuse does not resolve and issue, solve a problem or make a job easier, an excuse compound the situation that we find ourselves in. An excuse will make most situations worst. An excuse gives a person permission to fail in advance of their actions.
An excuse in not a reason for someone not try.
The person that uses excuses; is buying a one way ticket to procrastinationville the Capital of nothing happens here.
Using excuses results in accomplishing very little.
The size of the task at hand will reveal the persons character.
The person that takes on a difficult situation may encounter setback but they will dust themselves off and try again until they succeed. They will not resort to excuses in difficult times.
Winners make progress; peoples who make excuses are dead in the water and find themselves sinking with weight of their excuses.
An excuse in not a reason for anything but failure.
©2010 Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author