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Why do so many people make excuses for their life circumstances instead of being proactive and
actually do something to improve their lives?
Maybe they have tried and tried only to be knocked down again and again. Especially in this economy. It's very hard to point fingers in this period of time.
It's easier to complain, whine, give up, blame others, and make 100 excuses than it is to keep getting no's until you get the yes. Life is like a sales job, sooner or later someone will say yes and buy, and in life sooner or later things will work out if we try hard enough. Sadly people give up far too easily.
What if a person's excuse is his or her lack of proactivity? Whoa.
It's easier to NOT put in the work. People naturally gravitate towards what's easy. And excuses are what shields people from putting in the work.
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