What’s Your Excuse? TPS187
Recently I watched a video about Jennifer Bricker who was abandoned as a baby because she was born with no legs. After seeing gold medalist Dominique Moceanu, a gold-medal winner in tumbling, Jennifer decided she wanted to learn to tumble. She not only learned, she won titles and competed in the Junior Olympics. When I watched her tumbling and saw how she didn’t accept herself as limited, I thought about the excuses people use that hold them back. What’s your excuse?
- Don’t focus on what you can’t do. Focus on what you can do or how you can help.
- Many people have excuses for what they can’t do.
- In order make lasting changes, you have to be willing to change your habits.
- You have the option of blaming others. But it’s your decisions that determine your life outcomes.
- If you don’t believe in “can’t” and you are willing to recognize your inherent limitations, you can make changes.
- What’s excuses are keeping you from moving forward?
- We can achieve things that are beyond our comprehension in the current moment.
- You have to recognize the difference between an excuse and a real limitation.
- You probably have experiences that qualify you to do or teach things that others can’t.
- I share an experience of a friend who was having trouble putting an online course together.
- If there’s something you want to do, find someone who can help you do it.
- Ask for help! We aren’t meant to do things alone.
- You need to be willing to do something every day to reach your goal.