Excusitis: The Disease of Failures(Part-1)

The word “EXCUSITIS” comes from the word “excuse”. As making excuses all the time in your life you may believe that your excuses really exist and it is called The disease of the failures or excusitis. Every “average” person mostly suffering from this disease in any of their life aspects either financial or in a relationship or any other like the aspect of health. These excuses are in the group with Limiting tiny Beliefs and Self Told-Lies which you continuously telling to yourself in your mind, and they try to diagonal your goals and dreams from converting into reality. But always remember that You are the only one who can cure yourself of this disease.

Check yourself are you suffering from this excuse making disease or not? The most common excuse sentences are: I don’t have time, I don’t know how It’s too hard, I can’t afford it, It’s already been done, will do it later and last but not the least is Other people will judge me. What if my friends think I’m stupid for doing this?

We always have time to do the things we love or enjoy doing (social media) or the things we see the value( like shopping) in doing.

Saying always to others and yourself that I don’t have time to learn a new language or new techniques, I don’t have time to do yoga or exercise and get fit, I don’t have time to start a business, I don’t have time to do this or that or anything else all are lies which you try to make others convinced that you haven’t enough time to do work that’s why you are living the way which you can’t change. how is it exactly that you don’t have enough time?

Think of everyone who has ever achieved greatness like Archimedes, Michelangelo, Shakespeare and anyone else you can think of who was successful in life with having 24 hours in a day Same as you, not even a single extra second.This means that finding the time is not the issue. If history-making persons can find the time to make that history then you reasonably can find the time to do things done on time. If you have two important tasks, start with the biggest, hardest, and most important task first. Try to Discipline yourself to begin immediately and then to persist until the task is completely done before you go on to something else. If you prioritize focusing without distraction for a significant amount of time on the cognitively demanding task being at the core of your workplace or any area of the life there’s a huge advantage to be gained.

Your success in life is the sum of your habits. So try to Decide exactly what you want, Write it down, thinking on paper is critical, Set a deadline on your goal and List the steps necessary for the achievement of the desired goal.Organize the list into a plan (priority and sequence).Take action on your plan immediately.Do something every day to move closer to that goal by making small stupid goals.There is never enough time to do everything, but there is enough time to do the most important things. By organizing the priorities you can have much more time for some productive work. This time management also helps to get rid of ”having no time” excuse!!!

Part 2-Excusitis: The Disease of Failures(Part-2)

Part 3– Excusitis: The Disease of Failures(Part-3)

Part 4– Excusitis: The Disease of Failures(Part-4)

16 thoughts on “Excusitis: The Disease of Failures(Part-1)

  1. Agreed!! One of my idols Kobe Bryant (Basketball Players) motto is “If you think you are going to fail, you probably will fail”.

    No more excuses!

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