Here goes blog quote #312...
"The most profitless thing to manufacture, is an excuse."
Wow, there is a profound statement. And think of it's validity.
How much time do we spend wasting on excuses? And for what. To make someone else feel better? To make ourselves feel better? What about taking the time spent (and all the energy and worry) and putting that into going forward, or solving what originally was the problem/issue at hand.
Someone once said excuses are for losers. I think we ALL CAN AGREE that we'd much rather have Results than Excuses. So, next time, fess up quickly and with guts, and move toward some results oriented action. It's more respectable, credible and much more productive. That's all for today, class.
That's my view...what say you?