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Excerpt from: Goal setting and breaking the “I can’t” excuse addiction
There is a big difference between “I can’t” and “It just isn’t a high priority”.
When a person says, “I can’t”, it means they are incapable of doing something.
It does not mean, “I don’t want to.”
It does not mean, “I just don’t have time.”
It does not mean, “I don’t want to work to accomplish something.”
What many people actually mean when they use the word “can’t” is “it just isn’t a high priority.”
- Goal setting and breaking the “I can’t” excuse addiction
- “Can’t.” You keep using that word
- Your world will change dramatically…
- Self-imposed limitations: A tough pill to swallow