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I was invited to do a Leadership workshop at a well known Affluence 100 business out in New Jersey. The all day event was geared concerning their new crop of interns. At a point in my presentation I talked about the many reasons we come up with for not captivating action. The many excuses we build in order to delay or defer interim on our plans to accomplish success.

I talked about how we have a bad habit of 'rationalizing' why a little can't be done or be accomplished. We adjourn for the reason that we convert ourselves that: It can't get done, I don't have an adequate amount of time, I have too much to do already, I'm short on money so now isn't a good time, My dog's sick so I'm not in the mood to start everything right now, I'm not smart enough, I'm not qualified?, on and on, blah, blah, blah. You get the idea! We cut back on why we can't get going.

Did you ever break up the word 'rationalize'? The capability to 'ration lies' to ourselves. That's what we do when we come up with all kinds of excuses of why we can't do a touch or why we haven't in progress on what needs to get done. We feed ourselves small doses of lies every day; to the point where we assure ourselves not to ACT.

Later on in this leadership workshop, a apprentice asked a cast doubt on about how to exchange ideas into a job exterior his existing area of concentration. I responded by asking him what were some of the obstacles stopping him. He responded with a litany of excuses of why he wasn't able to do it (offices are not in the same building, hard to get a hold of people, it's a big company, etc). But each excuse, as I brusquely cutting out to him, was just that, an excuse. These were inconveniences, NOT obstacles. Huge difference!

I then questioned his binder for alter (i. e. , how bad he sought after it). He stared at me in a way that indicated he had gotten the point. You see none of his excuses for networking and assembly colonize exterior his group were valid. He was basically 'rationalizing' why he wasn't doing it. I too have been a victim of 'rationing-lies' to in my opinion and procrastinating. But over the years I've gotten advance at easily spread in my opinion doing it and forcing for my part to take battle even when my mind wants to encourage me otherwise.

I've concluded that dreams don't drive away over night. The analyze many citizens will never complete their goals or achieve their dreams is for the reason that they 'rationalize' them away, bit-by-bit, day-by-day, week-by-week and so on. Every year we make new resolutions only to abandon them, not all at once, but at a snail's pace by means of the impotent-laden idiom of rationalization. Every jiffy you delay in initial your life's mission, that's one less day you have to work with.

So my ask to you is this, "What have you been 'rationalizing' away?" "What dreams or goals have you been deferring, before you for the right instant or timing?

Take action. . . don't downsize your achievement away! Remember, accomplishment happens for a reason.

Victor Gonzalez, top Hispanic motivational lecturer and cause of "The LOGIC of Success". For more info go to: www. thelogicofsuccess. com or by email victor@thelogicofsuccess. com


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