"Get off your "ASS", save your "EXCUSES" and "GO" do what you know in your heart, mind and soul you were created and designed to "DO".
Staying In His Grip
PS. ALL EXCUSES ARE EQUAL IF THEY KEEP YOU FROM GETTING YOUR COMMITMENTS & DREAMS DONE.
PPS. THE GRAVE YARD IS PACKED FULL OF DEAD, AMBITIONS - DREAMS & GOALS..."
All of us can either make excuses why we can't do something and whine about, read and repeat motivational sayings so it sounds like we know what we are talking about (yet not doing what we say we do) or we can get off our hind end and do the hard work.
All of us have these choices regarding every area of our life whether it's our personal life, therapy, counseling, working out in Corporate America, running our own business, volunteer work, etc.
You can either complain, whine, make excuses or do the work. The choice is yours. Don't go blaming someone else for your actions or lack of action.
You will run across people who will promise you the moon if they work for you. This happened to someone I know. They tried to help someone who said they needed a job. This person was given all the supplies they needed to work. After doing one job, they complained how difficult the job was and decided not to work. They expected to live off the kindness of a person who took them in. Instead, they decided that selling and taking illegal drugs was the only game they wanted.
People can't be saved unless they want to do the hard work. You'll know when to walk away.
People who really want work won't promise the stars, moon and sky of what they will do if they are hired. Instead, they let their actions speak for them. If their actions don't show much of anything then you know what they only want to do. If their actions show they are working their butt off for more than one day or a few weeks to months - then you know they are serious about working and don't want to live off of people to make their life more cushy.
Do you make excuses or do you do the hard work? You don't have to reply to me. Look and see. You can either change for the better, thus making your life better, or complain why your life isn't working.