The heart has its reasons but the mind makes the excuses.
A leader who accepts his own excuses cannot help others overcome theirs.
A good man never makes excuses, a smart man is never in a position to need one.
No one will ever blame you for trying to get it right.
Excuses fall silent behind self-control, focus, and direction.
Some people will make nonsense excuses to avoid things they have no interest in doing.
If you really want to do it, you do it. There are no excuses.
Don’t ever accuse anyone of being full of pride, undignified and unprofessional when simply they are wise to move away from dishonest schemers.Dishonesty comprise too of layers of lies simply casted for impressive appearances. There are times too that corrupt hearts have their own confused, modified, self-affirming, pro-self interest business inclined definitions of “professionalism, integrity,...
Tackling the environment should not be a licence to lecture people, because they have no excuse not to exercise, or eat their fruit and vegetables. Nannying – at least among adults – is likely to be counterproductive. Providing information is empowering; lecturing people is not. So, no excuses, no nannying.
There is always time to die, but never time to live.
Blame is a choice that doesn’t give you directions out of hell.
Don’t always use PAIN that you receive as an excuse to GIVE PAIN…
I have been thinking about the idea of excuses for some time now. They are like menacing demons that creep into our lives without us knowing. They are roadblocks, white lies to ourselves, a reason to set the bar lower, and self-justification for achieving less than our full potential.
When you begin to expect that there is always room for improvement, you put yourself in the driver’s seat. Why wait for someone else to figure it out or do it? Expect that you are the one. Expect great outcomes. Expect that you are the best candidate and that you will achieve your goals.
You won’t find your dream until you lose your excuses.
He turned to her – his gesture a superb compound of relief, remorse, passionate candour and bewilderment touched with curiosity; confidence and perfect penitence. Against which Scylla had to brace herself. Against such bravura how dull truth seemed, and difficult to access. Never had the bottom of a well seemed less attractive. She must hear...
The first attempt may fail, but it does not create room for excuses.