You can’t just sit on your couch and expect different results. You need to take massive action. As the saying goes: “Something in motion, stays in motion!”
In this third video from my free training program on “How to Play a Bigger Game”, I talk about personal responsibility and how you create your life with every action – and every inaction. Basically, you can’t complain about anything you’re not willing to change – it’s your responsibility to take charge of your life. You can always take more action; you can always be more effective and seek personal and professional growth if you choose.
You’ve got to be willing to do things differently. You can’t complain about your income if you’re not doing the work to get the results you want.
Here are the top 4 excuses we ALL use when not taking action on a divinely given opportunity. Excuses get in the way of taking massive action – they are getting in the way of you succeeding in your plans.
1. I can’t afford it.
2. I don’t have time.
3. I don’t want to travel.
4. I have responsibilities at home.
You create your reality by the actions you take – or the actions you DON’T take. The opportunity shows up and you can create your reality by taking in the opportunity – or not. When you ask for something, the opportunity comes your way, you must choose to accept it, instead of making excuses. You must be willing to do what others are not willing to do in order to play a bigger game. You can’t sit on your reclining chair, eat bon-bons and expect miracles to happen.
You’re here to change people’s lives and share your brownies with the world. Don’t use these excuses to avoid playing a bigger game.
It’s the third video of a BRAND NEW free-training program about how to stop playing small and play a much bigger game than you’re playing now. So if you’re willing to grow and stretch towards success, if you are a person who knows deep inside that you are here to play a bigger game and make a difference in the world, and be handsomely rewarded for it too, then its’ time to take massive action and avoid excuses. Watch the video here.