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Raymond Aaron JT Foxx Seminar scam / fraud
Complete scam. Poor quality. Guerilla marketing. Manipulation seminar
11th of Jul, 2011 by upsetmonkey
JT Foxx (real name unknown) and Raymond Arron are fraudsters who have masterminded (and I give them some credit for it), a very clever operation in which they have gone to great lengths to avoid being classed as criminals, technically speaking. But, they ARE criminals. I will explain in detail how their seminars really work using manipulation techniques to get you to buy useless rubbish you think you cant do without.

They are not as rich as they claim. And its obvious after a short while to any intelligent individual that they are not as wise as they claim and certainly not as experienced as they say they are. But they are good. Very good at fooling the uneducated. Of course people will benefit from their over priced programs full of mediocre content. If you're starving and someone throws you a 1000 soggy biscuit - you'll buy it.

Heres want happens during the event.

Firstly its at a grandiose city hotel which will put any low wage earning mortal starting their own business into an environment in which they are not accustomed. It creates the illusion of success and promotes trust in the attendees heads. The tailored suit wearing speakers (mostly Raymond and JT Foxx) act confident and suave but if youre an intelligent person with good instincts youll detect something that you cant quite put your finger on. Later it sinks in you notice a type of cockiness and self-praise which truly successful multi-millionaires simply dont possess.

You are sat down at tables in a small group with water and a notepad. Raymond comes on first and starts teaching some really basic material which is mostly full of common sense and frankly if you havent learned it at school or havent already figured this out, you shouldnt be running a business. There isnt a thing he goes through which isnt free on thousands of websites if you search well enough for some basic business strategy and management tips.

Next a grandiose introduction is given for this infamous mister JT Foxx the name sounds more like a dodgy stock broker doesnt it from broke hes apparently made millions in months but somehow you never heard of him. This tall guy with swagger struts on the stage with his hands in his pockets and starts telling you the facts of life. Hes 31 by the way and has apparently gone from -$34 to +$unknown in 6 years. He will avoid any question about his net worth and his rise to fame by talking a load of rubbish back at you for at least 10 minutes at about 20% faster than you can possibly listen. His only skill is talking. All self-made men are actually proud to tell you their story.

The first crack in their guise is when they pass round a form asking people to fill in the nature of their business and what they want to achieve. They say they will have a 1-to-1 with EVERYONE tomorrow and give them a personalised tip, a blueprint for their business which apparently is worth $5000 an hour from JT Foxx. But when the form comes round there are zero questions about your business just a 1 line space to write what you want to do. Instead its actually a survey engineered to see what budget you have available to spend on training material and whether you would consider training. Then on day 2, oh dear, unfortunately they only had time to give one-to-ones and blueprints to the people who circled yes on do you have a training budget. What a coincidence. I made a point of going to the toilet so I could overhear a one-to-one. And guess what, the entire time they were successfully selling a 2,000 coaching program to this gullible individual.

So day 1 of the seminar will seem completely legit to an uneducated, gullible, innocent or even foreign individual with little vision of their future and a poor understanding of business basics. Sure enough those people will come away from day 1 feeling like they learned a great deal. But if youre already running a business youll realise you knew it all anyway and will come away feeling like you should have only attended day 2. (Raymond tells you that day 1 is the setup for day 2 and that in day 2 youll have to pay attention.) So you come BACK to day 2 thinking it will be better.

The second day starts with some (slightly) more advanced and in-depth discussion on business branding. But lets face it. If you dont know what branding is or how to brand your business, what are you even doing there? You shouldnt be in business in the first place. But after about 11am, the training JUST STOPS. THATS IT. THE END. NO MORE TRAINING. For the rest of the day their friends are invited to speak about themselves and about their quirky lives. Did you go to this course to hear about expeditions to the north pole by a sixty-something year old lady for 2 hours. Well done to her but do we care? Of course we dont. Did you go there to hear about a book on zoomanity for 90 minutes by a quirky guy who apparently used to give lectures on copyrighting but doesnt any more and be made to show gratitude for his presence? At this point you will be feeling fed up with boring generic rubbish which you knew you always knew.

At the end of day 1, Raymond asks what you want to do tomorrow. There are 4 options. Options 1 and 2 are full of buzz words like how the rich get rich and how the broke stay broke. Yes those are the topics. Well thought out eh. But 3 is How did Raymond Get rich and 4 I cant remember. The point is that 90% of the class voted how did Raymond get rich. So did we cover it? NO! Of course we didnt. Because Raymond Arron actually isnt rich at all. And hes not doing these seminars for fulfilment like he says. Hes doing them because hes and JT Foxx need the cash.

All of the training materials they go through in both days are simply echos of a man called Nido Qubein. And then surprise surprise, they actually play you videos and phone calls from him. For over an hour. Apparently JT Foxx spends one million dollars a year to hear the voice of Nido on the phone for 30 minutes a week. OKThen. Even if that was true, JT Foxx must be incredibly thick because he spends a million bucks a year on stuff that I can hear for free - from my mother.
The only question in my mind the whole time was are the minions at the back of the room and all of Ramond Arrons friend guest speakers really aware about what he and Mr Foxx are really doing? What do you think?

Why do you think they go from country to country so quickly?
Why cant you find their real biographies? Even, their real names?
Why do their websites look like shit like they are 10 years old? (Im a developer by the way)
Why does JT Foxx claim he charges $15,000 per hour for consultation and then offer to forward you his sessions with his own coach, Nido for just 50/month - but you have to sign up for 12 months. He claims by the way hes losing money on that offer.

These people are no more genuine than Santa Clause, Rudolf and his red nose reindeers. But heres the good news: Theyll get caught up eventually. And theyll NEVER EVER be rich.
Good luck and God help you if you bought any worthless training program from them.

JT Foxx may now spam this thread below with a load of oposition like he did the last one. But if you've attended one of these events and seen right through it, tell the world here.
Comments
2592 days ago by [email protected]
I found myself baffled at this post on how my seminar was a scam or fraud. There were no selling speakers and the speakers we had provided valuable insight on how they become same succesful and there was NO COST for this event. One of our speakers was the oldest female (63) to ever to do a 350 mile race to the North Pole and Alan is one of the most successul copywriters and authors in Europe. None of them sold anything and both are very successful. One of the best ways to learn is from other successful people who have different backgrounds and experiences. This person calls me a scam or fraud yet he refrains to put his name to this post because he knows that it is libel and would get him sued because there is no subtance or truth to this post. This person claims JT never went over over his story but two lines later says that he went from 34 dollars to millions in revenue in 6 years. So which is it?

But here is the bigger issue. This person is financially broke and of bad mindset. Misery loves company and if this person says he not happy then it could have left anytime but he still the whole time. The event was free and we actually didn’t end until 7:30pm the second day and it was suppose to end at 5pm. The irony here is that I just looked at my facebook account and emails I am getting glowing reviews about this 2 day event. The quality people people at our event and the wonderful successes they will enjoy will speak for themselves. Raymond and JT committed to give people transformational content and don’t hosts sell a thon type events. Instead we provide our students amazing value for their business and life. We even invited several of the students to have dinner with us so we can get to know them better. What speaker does that? This person was not invited and instead on focussing on building his business, networking, working on marketing he would rather write a libelous post about how bad we are just because he can’t afford coaching and in this case we turned him down for the program. We are very selective on who we choose and this exactly why we would not accept a person like that

Our content at these events are real good and we do a lot of HOT SEATS in an attempt to get someone the attendees started and others unstuck. So many of them had boughts other books and tapes from other gurus or bought coaching that was not designed specifically for them and didn’t work. On one of the hot seats one of the attendees we helped create a brand for him and came up with a killer marketing name “Page 1 marketing”. His old name was SA Media (which were his initials) and clearly when you are dealing with people who you want to do business with you always have to focus on the “what’s in it for me” and “why should I care”. Your business should always say what you do unless you have a lot of marketing dollars to control your branding. This attendee what’s to work with local business to get more business and help them with their online marketing. Well the key for any local business to generate more business is to be on the first page of google, hence the name Page 1marketing.

Another attendee owned a local pharmacy they seemed stuck and didn’t know what to do. Thru intensive interogation we found out one of her big problems is that she has horrible time management, she does everything herself and does no marketing. So here where was recommendations (which was free of charge)

1) She is competing against the big pharmacy in her area and she needs to brand herself as the local neighborhood pharmacy.

2) She needs an automated follow and follow through for people who order prescriptions and need to renew. That way she can increase the frequency of the transactions. It cost 7 times more to get a client than it is to work on existant one. Focus on WOWing your existant client and creating greater loyalty.

3) Also I recommended that she work on a local direct mail campaign to let people know of her store and incentive to come in. Email marketing is dying with less and less responsive. Direct mail is going way to create a new funnel to bring them to her store.

As you can see loads of great content and value. In fact ill even pull some slides from my presentation and show you how different our content is.

How to Become Successful in Today’s Economy.

1. Create your own economy
2. Small is the new BIG
3. Don’t dominate the market, dominate a niche
4. Be exclusive
5. Educate first and give a lot more. (Education base marketing is what really works in today’s market).
6. Hire the best or at least stop doing everything yourself
7. Be a lot more strategic. (You need to be a strategic thinking rather than tactical)
8. Look at other businesses outside yours
9. Branding is key going forward. If you are not Googleable you are not in business or not successful in the prospects mind.



How to Create a Culture of Success with anyone you work with
Step 1 - Paint the picture
Step 2 - Build it one piece at a time
Step 3 - Share your vision with partners, team members and employees
Step 4 - keep reinforcing your vision by training.
Step 5 - Re-evaluate and reposition your business every 3 months

We go into great details on how applies personally to their lives and business. There are not generalities because everyone is different. One of the thing that make us different as wealth trainers is that we actually do the thing we teach. I do the real estate deals I teach, I do the business strategies I teach, I do the marketing I teach to my students. I don’t sell books and tapes and don’t have 15 other speakers speak at my event and I have someone of the most successful students and a very high retention and renewal rate.
Successful people or people who have great mindset don’t go on websties and posts complaints they actually implement the thing they learned instead of of pointing the finger. Often when you point the finger at someone you have 3 pointing right back at you. Mr. Upset Monkey as he calls himself, take responsibility for your actions of where you at in your life, take the material that Raymond and I taught you and start implementing rather than blaming.

I normally I wouldn’t respond but in the age of the internet you have to protect yourself because there are people who might believe what people like this say even if its not true. It was a free event, he wasn’t sold anything, he learned from successful entrepreneurs, he doesn’t list his name, calls himself upset monkey... I rest my case. But if you ever want help email my office and despite your libelous, innacurate and malicious posts I still would be more than happy to give you a FREE coaching session from me personally to get you going and find out why haven’t you acheive the success you are trully looking for. My door is always open and to everyone else don’t always believe what you read and always consider the source and no matter what you do you can’t make everyone happy no matter what you do.

PS. My name is real. I am really Raymond. My co-host is really JT Foxx. We are both Canadians. We really do earn very high incomes in our businesses. We really do help lots of people around the world.
2591 days ago by Raymond123456
I found myself baffled at this post on how my seminar was a scam or fraud. There were no selling speakers and the speakers we had provided valuable insight on how they become same succesful and there was NO COST for this event. One of our speakers was the oldest female (63) to ever to do a 350 mile race to the North Pole and Alan is one of the most successul copywriters and authors in Europe. None of them sold anything and both are very successful. One of the best ways to learn is from other successful people who have different backgrounds and experiences. This person calls me a scam or fraud yet he refrains to put his name to this post because he knows that it is libel and would get him sued because there is no subtance or truth to this post. This person claims JT never went over over his story but two lines later says that he went from 34 dollars to millions in revenue in 6 years. So which is it?

But here is the bigger issue. This person is financially broke and of bad mindset. Misery loves company and if this person says he not happy then it could have left anytime but he still the whole time. The event was free and we actually didn’t end until 7:30pm the second day and it was suppose to end at 5pm. The irony here is that I just looked at my facebook account and emails I am getting glowing reviews about this 2 day event. The quality people people at our event and the wonderful successes they will enjoy will speak for themselves. Raymond and JT committed to give people transformational content and don’t hosts sell a thon type events. Instead we provide our students amazing value for their business and life. We even invited several of the students to have dinner with us so we can get to know them better. What speaker does that? This person was not invited and instead on focussing on building his business, networking, working on marketing he would rather write a libelous post about how bad we are just because he can’t afford coaching and in this case we turned him down for the program. We are very selective on who we choose and this exactly why we would not accept a person like that

Our content at these events are real good and we do a lot of HOT SEATS in an attempt to get someone the attendees started and others unstuck. So many of them had boughts other books and tapes from other gurus or bought coaching that was not designed specifically for them and didn’t work. On one of the hot seats one of the attendees we helped create a brand for him and came up with a killer marketing name “Page 1 marketing”. His old name was SA Media (which were his initials) and clearly when you are dealing with people who you want to do business with you always have to focus on the “what’s in it for me” and “why should I care”. Your business should always say what you do unless you have a lot of marketing dollars to control your branding. This attendee what’s to work with local business to get more business and help them with their online marketing. Well the key for any local business to generate more business is to be on the first page of google, hence the name Page 1marketing.

Another attendee owned a local pharmacy they seemed stuck and didn’t know what to do. Thru intensive interogation we found out one of her big problems is that she has horrible time management, she does everything herself and does no marketing. So here where was recommendations (which was free of charge)

1) She is competing against the big pharmacy in her area and she needs to brand herself as the local neighborhood pharmacy.

2) She needs an automated follow and follow through for people who order prescriptions and need to renew. That way she can increase the frequency of the transactions. It cost 7 times more to get a client than it is to work on existant one. Focus on WOWing your existant client and creating greater loyalty.

3) Also I recommended that she work on a local direct mail campaign to let people know of her store and incentive to come in. Email marketing is dying with less and less responsive. Direct mail is going way to create a new funnel to bring them to her store.

As you can see loads of great content and value. In fact ill even pull some slides from my presentation and show you how different our content is.

How to Become Successful in Today’s Economy.

1. Create your own economy
2. Small is the new BIG
3. Don’t dominate the market, dominate a niche
4. Be exclusive
5. Educate first and give a lot more. (Education base marketing is what really works in today’s market).
6. Hire the best or at least stop doing everything yourself
7. Be a lot more strategic. (You need to be a strategic thinking rather than tactical)
8. Look at other businesses outside yours
9. Branding is key going forward. If you are not Googleable you are not in business or not successful in the prospects mind.



How to Create a Culture of Success with anyone you work with
Step 1 - Paint the picture
Step 2 - Build it one piece at a time
Step 3 - Share your vision with partners, team members and employees
Step 4 - keep reinforcing your vision by training.
Step 5 - Re-evaluate and reposition your business every 3 months

We go into great details on how applies personally to their lives and business. There are not generalities because everyone is different. One of the thing that make us different as wealth trainers is that we actually do the thing we teach. I do the real estate deals I teach, I do the business strategies I teach, I do the marketing I teach to my students. I don’t sell books and tapes and don’t have 15 other speakers speak at my event and I have someone of the most successful students and a very high retention and renewal rate.
Successful people or people who have great mindset don’t go on websties and posts complaints they actually implement the thing they learned instead of of pointing the finger. Often when you point the finger at someone you have 3 pointing right back at you. Mr. Upset Monkey as he calls himself, take responsibility for your actions of where you at in your life, take the material that Raymond and I taught you and start implementing rather than blaming.

I normally I wouldn’t respond but in the age of the internet you have to protect yourself because there are people who might believe what people like this say even if its not true. It was a free event, he wasn’t sold anything, he learned from successful entrepreneurs, he doesn’t list his name, calls himself upset monkey... I rest my case. But if you ever want help email my office and despite your libelous, innacurate and malicious posts I still would be more than happy to give you a FREE coaching session from me personally to get you going and find out why haven’t you acheive the success you are trully looking for. My door is always open and to everyone else don’t always believe what you read and always consider the source and no matter what you do you can’t make everyone happy no matter what you do.

PS. My name is real. I am really Raymond. My co-host is really JT . We are both Canadians. We really do earn very high incomes in our businesses. We really do help lots of people around the world.
2591 days ago by Raymond123456
TAKE RESPONSIBILITY & STOP MAKING EXCUSES!

How many of us start making excuses when we find ourselves either under performing, not wanting to train, work, study or do anything? It’s a natural course to take as we think it provides allowance for our attitude or performance. Also, we feel it gives meaning and a reason for our situation and gives us an “out”. This however is a false notion that only leads us on a continuum of skill digression and apathy.

The correct path is that of personal accountability and responsibility. We have to “own” our actions and choices and stop making excuses. This is not easy to do and yet if we want to achieve things we’ve never had before we must do things we’ve never done. That means taking a good hard look inside at who we are and what we want. We have to “own it” then learn from it then change.

As we take responsibility and be honest about who we are, where we are and who & where we want to be we can then begin the journey to achieve it. .

NO EXCUSES! RESPONSIBILITY! ACCOUNTABILITY!
2591 days ago by Raymond123456
He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else (Benjamin Franklin)

Most of us are guilty of having done something we shouldn't have or of not doing something we should have. When we are questioned about our misconduct, do we accept responsibility and admit we are at fault? Usually not. Instead we make excuses. Making excuses for mistakes is not new. In fact, we can trace this undesirable habit all the way back to the Garden of Eden. For when God asked Adam if he had eaten of the tree he was commanded not to, Adam created the world's first excuse, "The woman whom thou gavest to be with me, she gave me of the tree, and I did eat." (Genesis 3:12) And when God asked Eve what she had done, she gave the world's second excuse, "The serpent beguiled me, and I did eat." (Genesis 3:13)

Excuses negate responsibility, and it is responsibility that separates man from the rest of the animal kingdom. Unlike other animals, we are responsible not for what we have, but for what we could have; not for what we are, but for what we could become. If we are to take credit for our successes, we must assume responsibility for our failures. Trying to hide our failures with excuses is like concealing a small hole in our garment with a large patch; it only makes the matter worse. This analogy is taken from Shakespeare who wrote:

"And oftentimes, excusing of a fault,
Doth make a fault the worse by the excuse;
As patches set upon a little breach,
Discredit more in hiding of the fault,
Than did the fault before it was so patch'd."

Excuses are harmful because they prevent one from succeeding. When we make excuses and repeat them often enough, they become a belief. The belief then becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. For example, a sales rep discouraged by his poor sales starts to blame the price of his product. "No one wants to buy it because it's too expensive." he says. After repeatedly making this excuse, he begins to believe it is true. The result? Dismal sales. Compare this with a responsible sales rep. After hearing many prospects complain about the high price, he accepts responsibility. "It is my fault they are complaining, " the rep says, "for I haven't justified the cost of my product by adequately pointing out its value." Once we accept responsibility, we can evaluate our actions and take corrective measures to find solutions to our problems. Excuses, on the other hand, are like stop signs; they halt our progress.

By refusing to make excuses and embracing responsibility, we reap many rewards. The successes brought by this attitude act as a foundation for self-respect, pride, and confidence. Responsibility breeds competence and power. By living up to our promises and obligations, we win the trust of others. Once we are seen as trustworthy, people will willingly work with us, for our mutual gain. So, you see, making excuses can put the brakes on our progress, while accepting responsibility can lead us to the top.

How to stop making excuses and start building a life

1. Realize that your success or failure depends on you. It depends on the choices you make. It depends on your attitude. Resolve to start accepting responsibility today. Don't find an excuse, find a way. Don't make excuses, make good. Remember what Winston Churchill said, "Responsibility is the price of greatness."

2. Beware of rationalization. We make excuses to hide behavior we are ashamed of. Rationalization is the process of trying to hide shameful conduct from ourselves. This is dangerous because we become unaware of what we are doing. However, you can fight rationalization by looking for cues. For instance, if someone challenges your conduct and you become angry, it probably suggests you are guilty as charged. Why would you get angry, if you're innocent?

3. From time to time, stop and examine your progress. Compare where you are now with where you would like to be. Ask yourself why is there a gap between these two points. Don't make excuses. Make plans and take corrective action.

4. When you make a mistake, accept responsibility; learn from it; and don't repeat it. Use your time for discovering solutions instead of inventing excuses.

5. Plant your garden of success today:

First, plant 3 rows of peas;

Patience
Positive thinking
Persistence

Next, plant 3 rows of squash;

Squash excuses
Squash blame
Squash criticism

Then, plant 3 rows of lettuce;

Let us be responsible
Let us be trustworthy
Let us be ambitious

Finish, with 3 rows of turnip;

Turn up when needed
Turn up with a smile
Turn up with confidence
2591 days ago by Raymond123456
Stop the Blame Game! -

TWIN HURRICANES just over a year ago dampened the general economy and punctuated the critical need for disaster preparation. They also fostered a flurry of finger pointing among local, state and federal government. The Gulf Coast has begun rebuilding and will likely thrive again economically. And the storms’ repercussions exacerbated rising fuel and insurance costs. But the economy, too, will heal.
My real concern is the rampant display of excuse-making. Had it not been for media exposure of the events and the failure to address victims’ needs, it is likely that we would have accepted those excuses. Excuse-making has run amok in America. Whether its politicians accusing peers or corporate executives citing colleagues, the blame-game is a costly detriment to our growth, to our ability to compete, and to our creativity. It’s time to start taking responsibility for non-performance beyond the boardroom, beyond politics. Let’s examine the impact of excuse-accepting on a sales organization.
A difficult economic environment, like the one being predicted, too often breeds excuse forgiveness. Yet this is definitely not the time to risk your top and bottom lines in a high-stakes blame game. It’s not just about salespeople pointing fingers. Business owners and sales managers who accept excuses are feeding this lack of accountability. Their unwitting participation will catch up with them as they struggle with a significantly more difficult economic environment.
Rising fuel prices, higher insurance costs prompted by twin hurricanes, and forecasted higher interest rates eroding consumer confidence are shaping a bumpy 2007. Understanding the impact of the blame game on corporate culture and ultimately results, and eliminating excuse-making and excuse-acceptance, are imperative for competing in the global economy.
Not just for unsuccessful

The blame game is a defensive response to protect underperformance from repercussion. But excuse-making and acceptance aren’t limited to unsuccessful companies. Even companies that are meeting sales and margin goals are playing this risky game. They get away with it in a decent, more forgiving economy but when things turn worse, they lack the cultural infrastructure to support continued success.
Underachievers who slid by during those good years despite a lack of personal accountability simply will not achieve growth when challenged. And neither will their companies. In helping corporate executives and business owners profitably grow their organizations in all industries, I invariably meet blame-game players who are responsible for lack of revenue generation, and thus subject their companies to low margins, reduced profits, overrunning costs and poor cash flow.
Significant change does not occur until all employees at all levels stop making excuses and start taking responsibility.
Here are some strategies for putting an end to the blame game.

Identify the players

Listen for excuses like:
The tough economy is forcing customers to cut back, so they aren’t buying. (By the way, the economy never has been responsible for non-performance; people are!)
It’s impossible to compete when our competitors are giving away product.
Our market’s shrinking, and everyone’s cutting prices just to stay in business.
If marketing (or shipping, accounting, etc.) would get their act together, we’d be able to meet our goals.
Our advertising is ineffective.
Training would help turn things around.
If our policies weren’t so restrictive, we’d be able to better satisfy the client.
Look for a flurry of activity that doesn’t seem to result in much beyond pipeline bloat. In organizations that don’t hold people responsible for results, if you can’t achieve, it’s acceptable as long as you log activity.
Blame-game players are admitting that they don’t believe they can control the outcome. Therefore, they are unlikely to think creatively about how to resolve a problem or improve their effectiveness.
It’s company leadership’s responsibility to establish a culture that rejects excuses and transforms excuses into opportunities for creatively resolving issues that block completion of goals.
Three ways to stop

Here are three rather simple, effective ideas for building a disciplined culture and eliminating the corrosive effects of the blame game:
Hire disciplined sales people.
Implement a “no-excuse zone.”
Define performance metrics.
No 1: Sales Hiring: The right sales professional is an essential foundation for building success.
Yet the Society of Resource Management Hiring Executives reports that 63 percent of hiring decisions are made in the first 4.3 minutes of the interview, and the rest of the interview is spent justifying the impulsive decision. Haste literally makes waste. Therefore, a comprehensive recruiting process that allows you to seek out top performers is a necessity. Disciplined people who operate with a high degree of personal responsibility seek solutions for every challenge.
When hiring, use a proven assessment tool to identify candidates who have a belief system that supports accountability.
No 2: Once we start recognizing excuses, we need to enforce a no-excuse zone where we stop accepting excuses of any kind, from any one, at any time, for any reason — even if there is a shred of validity to them!
Ask an excuse-busting question such as, “If you couldn’t use that excuse, what might you do differently to achieve your goal (or solve the problem)?” This strategy empowers your people to be more creative, knowing that the excuse no longer works.
No 3: Leaders must define performance expectations, measure actual sales performance against targets, and hold people accountable for achievement.
That which gets measured gets done.
The individual’s desire and commitment as well as their knowledge and skills determine the support that the manager must provide in order to ensure consistent, successful activity that yields predictable results. A disciplined culture in which all employees take personal responsibility for achieving results and meeting performance separates winners from losers.
Losers talk about why past efforts went awry and why future actions won’t work, while winners think creatively, take action and make changes.
2591 days ago by Raymond123456
If you want to reach a higher level of success, there are two things that will catapult you to achieving your true potential – getting rid of your excuses, and understanding the power of perseverance.

If you’re not getting the results you want, what is your story? Are you blaming the economy for the lack of sales in your business? Is your company not investing enough in marketing tools? Are you not happy with your company’s compensations plans? Or do you lack the appropriate resources to get the job done? Whatever your story is, if you want to get to the next level, stop making excuses. My mentor always reminds me that I have a choice – I can either make money or make excuses. But you cannot do both at the same time. Which one do you want to make? At the end of the day, you either did it or you didn’t. If you’re a sales professional, you either made the sale, or you didn’t. You either have a winning attitude, or you don’t. You’re either prepared for the sale, or not prepared.

If you want to go to the next level, you need to get rid of excuses and take complete responsibility for your results. As soon as you take complete responsibility for your situation, you start entering the game with the top performers. Excuses don’t make you stronger or more strategic. It only makes you feel better temporarily for the results you didn’t get. It will come back to haunt you eventually. No one is a loser until you start blaming others. No one became successful by making problems into excuses. High performers, on the other hand, take full responsibility for their results, and they commit to doing whatever it takes to get things done. They make the extra call, stay an extra hour, or just work harder. Hard work won’t guarantee success, but without it, you don’t stand a chance.

Are you working hard to prepare an action plan for your day? Are you preparing to develop relationships with your prospects and top customers? Excuses are so prevalent in our society. If you’re not getting results, you only have to look in the mirror to get answers. Results are directly related to the things you’re either doing or not doing. Are you prepared for each call? Are you returning your phone calls? Do you believe in your products or services? To get results, make a decision to play at the next level and get rid of your excuses. If someone doesn’t get the results he wants, a true performer would say, “It’s my fault because I did not cultivate enough relationships, ” instead of saying “it’s the economy.”

In addition to taking accountability, high performers and champions know the value of perseverance. Without perseverance, you only get average results. If you feel like you’re hitting the wall, remember that this is a test for you. If you quit now, you are creating a pattern for the future of quitting when the going gets tough. How do you know if you persevered enough? When you achieve what you set to do. Perseverance is a seed to greatness – can you persevere through the tough times? Make a decision now to keep going. If you knew success was around the corner, would you keep pushing?
2591 days ago by Raymond123456
What are you waiting for? This is not giving you permission to go out and spend until you drop! I am talking about all the things you say you want to do, but put it off for various reasons! You know what I am talking about, it is the weight you want to lose, the exercise you put off, the class you want to take, but put off. The business you want to start, or the habit you want to break!

Let’s be honest, anything worthwhile is difficult, because if it were easy everyone would do it. What have you been putting off? For me, it is cleaning out the garage, but I am not talking about chores. At this time of year the New Year’s Resolutions are forgotten. In other words, it required an effort and you gave up. What was your New Year’s Resolution? Was it to lose weight? Were you going to join a gym? Forget the excuses and start! I lost 35 pounds over 30 years ago and kept it off! Each day, I made sure that I only ate X calories. I substituted low calorie foods for what I was eating and learned to like and eat more fruits and vegetables. I lost the weight in 10-12 weeks.

If it seems that I am simplifying the process, I am. Do you want to look in the mirror some day and see an old man or woman and say where did my life go? When I look in the mirror, I see an old man, but I have done everything I ever wanted to do in my life! So what have you been putting off? Ask yourself what you need to do today to start to accomplish it. About thirty three years ago, I realized I wanted to be financial independent! I put together a plan to accomplish that goal by age forty. I took my goal and broke it down to daily tasks. I monitored my progress weekly, adjusted my efforts to meet my goals and I accomplished my financial independence at age 38!

You have to take responsibility for your life! Stop making excuses and start now to go for what you want. If you don’t have the skills, get them! If you don’t have the training, get it! Get whatever you need to meet the challenge. What do you need to do to lose weight? What do you need to be financially independent? What do you need to do to get out of debt? Remember success is the accomplishment of the goal. Lay out your plan and execute it. Your plan must work for you, so personalize it. When I was trying to lose weight, the vending machines at work could undo my efforts so I never carried money. That worked for me!

Stop waiting and lay out your plans now! Break it down to daily tasks and monitor your results. Hold yourself accountable and reward the successes. If you have been following my progress with my blog, this is an example of adhering to my list of daily tasks. As you know one of my goals is to be in the WISEBREAD Top100 Financial Blogs by the end of the year. In order to meet this goal, I try to write interesting worthwhile articles twice a week and comment on as many blogs as I can every day. I monitor my progress along with you and adjust my effort to reach my weekly and monthly goals to keep me on track to accomplish my goal by the end of the year.

What are you doing to meet your goals? What are you doing today to meet your goals? What excuse is keeping you from your goal? Successful people don’t make excuses, they take action. The difference between an excuse and a reason is clear. An excuse is an explanation of why something failed blaming someone or something. A reason is an explanation where everyone takes accountability. For example, I want to lose weight, but I do not have time to go to the gym. Stop making excuses and start on your dreams. Let’s start a trend, better yet a movement toward accomplishing your goals, dreams or fantasies! What do you think?
2591 days ago by Raymond123456
Time and time again I find an article or blog that looks interesting, regarding everything from lifestyle, health and friendships/relationship to finances and workplace etiquette, only to find the author has taken a page and a half of text (and wasted 5 minutes of my time) to try to place blame for their irresponsibility, poor etiquette, shortsightedness or bad decision making skill on someone or something outside of themselves. Perhaps doing this makes the writer feel better, but it leaves me with an ever growing sick to my stomach feeling when I think about our society today.

As a child, I was told to always take responsibility for my actions, be straight with people and stop making excuses. Like most kids, I would try to lie my way out of trouble for not doing my homework or chores; coming up with pretty B.S. reasons for why it was not my fault that the task didn't get completed, an argument occured, something got broken, etc. Did these excuses get me out of trouble? Maybe they did on occasion, but only temporarily. In the end, when my guilt was discovered I was in more trouble than I would have been had I been straight from the get go. Not only that, but my parent's were disappointed in me and that is a horrible feeling for anyone, child or adult. What has this taught me? The following phrases: "I'm sorry, I screwed up, it's my fault, what, if anything, can I do to fix it/let me try to help fix this" and several other variations of this sentiment. Those words may not get me out of trouble, but why should they? If I've done something I shouldn't have, whether intentionally or not, I need to accept the punishment for it. At least by showing that I acknowledge my mistake, have the integrity to admit I was wrong, accept the consequences and will do whatever I can to make things better going forward, I have retained the respect of the other party and as a result, may have actually avoided paying a higher price for what was possibly a small error.

I am forever grateful to my parents and my teachers, regardless of how much I despised many of the latter, for teaching me this valuable lesson; however, I wonder if many people in this country have not had the benefit of the same education, or if they did have it, what made them disregard the importance of personal accountability. I can hardly stand to read another article regarding how overdraft fees, credit card debt, obesity, etc. are not the person's fault, but rather the government's, creditor's, food company's or genetics. True, the government shouldn't have allowed predatorial mortgage and credit companies to run amok, but we as a society and as individuals are just as much to blame for not educating ourselves regarding credit and mortgages, or plain disregarding the fact that we were spending money that, if we were honest, we didn't have to spend before signing on the dotted line and swiping a piece of plastic left and right because we got greedy and our wants became needs. Many people told themselves they deserved things that they hadn't worked or saved up for and in the end, wound up broke and in trouble, blaming creditors and mortgage holders for their woes. Yes, these loans were irresponsible, but why would the corporation take responsibility when the individual isn't? Moreover, the individual didn't want to be denied the ability to live beyond his or her means.

The same philosophy rings true for everything in our lives ranging from our relationships to our health. Just because McDonald's in there doesn't mean you have to eat it. If we stopped eating unhealthy foods out of concern for our well being and that of our children, the corporations would be forced to change the content of their product. If we don't take responsibility for addressing the issues in our relationships when they arise, then who else can we possibly blame when those relationships fall apart? If we are constantly pushing our bank accounts to the brink, living paycheck to paycheck, how can we get mad at the banks for charging account overdraft fees we can't afford? If we allow our children and ourselves to idolize a man who tortured dogs for fun, because he can play a game well, how can we expect our children to grow up to be kind or our friends and neighbors to be decent to those around them? Think about it: Is there any issue in today's society that can't be traced back to taking personal responsibility for ourselves and our actions and for treating others (animal, vegetable or mineral) how we would like to be treated. Maybe we would all benefit from a refresher course.
2591 days ago by Raymond123456
What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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2591 days ago by Raymond123456
What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

Share this:


What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

Share this:


What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

Share this:


What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

Share this:


What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

Share this:


What’s your excuse?

“That is just too hard”, “I’m too busy”, “I don’t feel like it”, “I have too many issues going on right now”, “I don’t know how”.

I’m tired of excuses. I’m tired of thinking everything is too hard and there is too much to do. I spend time meditating on what has to be done and no time doing. So, everyday when the negative excuses thought parade begins, I stop it and pick two things that will get done today toward my goal. Maybe it’s a phone call or looking up a website. Just something getting accomplished no matter how small gives me satisfaction that progress is being made. However, I’ve also learned that my tendency toward “over thinking ” and “over planning” will push me into procrastination and perfection. The best way to combat that is accountability and deadlines.

Accountability

I despise being stagnant, because I’ve been there and was a victim of my own entrapment. I also hate deadlines, I am a creative thinker, I do need time to think through things, but it can also get out of hand. As a certified life coach with a family and full-time marketing job I needed to start working on helping others because that’s what I want to do and my joy. I spent months making excuses for why I couldn’t start a blog and get on twitter.

One glorious day at work a challenge was given to start a personal or work twitter account and gain followers. Immediately, I resorted to over thinking. A barrage of thoughts like how, what, when, where, why is this due in two days? and help! ran a muck through my mind. However, it was exactly the kick in the butt I needed. It FORCED me to stop making excuses and take action, because I was accountable to my boss and I had a two-day deadline. For a thinker and recovering perfectionist that is REALLY fast but necessary. It took a day, but I did it and while not perfect, it is functioning and will continue to improve over time.

Most people do not like deadlines, but without them we will push things to the back burner. Make your mind up today on accomplishing two big things this month. Big is in the eye of the beholder, your big maybe reading the bible for 10 minutes a day or starting your own blog. Just get the goal down, the steps, and email the goal to two or more people that you trust and are supportive of you (make sure these people will not let you off the hook). Give them deadlines for achievement or step completion and have them call you out on it. Sometimes, that’s the very thing you need to stop making excuses and kick complacency in the butt. No more excuses!

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2555 days ago by Rohb1
I enjoy how JT & Raymond take every opportunity to keep selling in the face of a negative critique & have purchased sites called jtfoxxscam, fraud, review, etc..? who does that & why?
2545 days ago by Whistleblower
JtFoxx is bad news, will rip you off, take your money, screw you over, no qualms, belongs behind bars for a wide variety of illegal conduct. Believe me, I know.
2542 days ago by Anonymous
several posts were here about JT FOXX and RAYMOND AARON but somehow they get erased and then spammed by JT FOXX and RAYMOND AARON. they are running scared because they are liars, con men and idiots.
2542 days ago by Anonymous
JT FOXX is not a millionaire. he does not own 30+ companies. he has never held, owned or sold 500 properties. he has never been awarded anything even close to top coach, presenter or mentor by any individual, organization, association or company other than by his own flaky companies or by RAYMOND AARON. he does not have syndication rights or agreements with any communications company, he just has some poor quality radio broadcasts with celebrities he's paid to be on it. he has never branded or marketed a single award winning campaign or company, just his own really low quality websites. he does not own property in Monoco, or Las Vegas or California. he is just a plain old snake oil salesman talking a mile a minute to try to get your money. JT FOXX is not his real name.

RAYMOND AARON has never held a real estate license. he is not retiring from any portion of his business. he is simply a low level con man with very little depth to his presentation. he is not a millionaire. he is not the owner of vast properties. he is simply endorsed by all those famous people you see on his websites and facebook because he paid them to be at his seminars.

i have seen them up close and experienced their material, their style and their intentions. it is a complete waste of your time to have anything to do with these two.

don't believe their hype that they are these multi millionaires just wanting to teach others to be rich. they aren't rich but will be if more unsuspecting people keep giving over their hard earned cash to these two.

they have no conscious and no morals and no integrity.
2542 days ago by Anonymous
and you watch here, before you know it these posts will either be erased by JT FOXX or RAYMOND AARON or one of their low level paid henchmen will spam this site with lengthy posts because they are running scared and they know people are catching onto them.
2542 days ago by Anonymous
run as far away from JT FOXX and RAYMOND AARON as you can.
2542 days ago by Anonymous
complete and absolute waste of time and money spent on JT FOXX and RAYMOND AARON.

i am not a competitor. i am someone who has seen it up close and it is a complete fraud.

it's time someone called the cops on these two and charged them with fraud.
2542 days ago by Anonymous
Top 1% is 100% off the mark! This supposed mentoring and coaching program is led by two people, and a full staff, of nobody's who have achieved nothing of significance in their professional lives. There is zero evidence of either man's success other than their own self promotion. The course content is made up on the fly, the people who attend are belitted and berated into repeating back exactly what Aaron and Foxx want them to repeat back. Save your money and your precious time and do something, anything, other than be anywhere near the Top 1% circus.
2542 days ago by Anonymous
At the bottom of the Top 1% website in Calgary it says:


(This is completely honour Canadian system based. We won't check up on you but we hope you do what you say and commit to it. It's all being a person of integrity.)

For Foxx and Aaron to say this is astounding yet understandable. They don't want YOU to check up on THEM. Because if you do will quickly find out that neither of them are who they say they are.
2542 days ago by Anonymous
tell us JT FOXX where are these several multi million dollar companies you started? what are the names of these companies? what are the addresses? what are the services? what are the products? what is the cummulative net worth of all these companies? what are the individual company net worths? where are the audited financial statements?

tell us JT FOXX where these 500 properties are that you acquired? which states? which provinces? which countries? what are the addresses? are they commercial properties? are they residential properties? how much were they? did you sell any? how much money did you make? how many do you currently own?

you tell everyone JT FOXX that you're a multi miilionaire. you must have therefore made truck loads of money from your vast real estate empire? where is the head office for this real estate company? where are the offices of any of your supposed real estate company's - what the physical addresses? which realtor did you use? did you conduct each real estate transaction yourself? what other companies do you own?

tell us JT FOXX other than yourself and RAYMOND AARON who have recognized you as one of the top coaches in the world? give us the name of every person, association and organization who is qualified to have bestowed that title on you? Don't bother with listing the names of celebrities you've paid to appear at your events on your radio broadcast. give us the information, give us the list of awards, give us the names of the people involved in awarding these titles on you.

tell us JT FOXX which network has signed a syndication deal with you for your radio program? give us the name and contact information. give us the addresses of that communication company that syndicated your radio broadcasts. don't bother giving us the call letters of the stations you broadcast on, give us the contact information for your supposed syndication deal.

tell us JT FOXX what products and services you have branded and marketed. don't bother giving us names of websites you have registered or the domain names. give us the branding materials and campaigns, give us the product names and the markets you employed this branding in. give us the strategies and the tactics and methods for these amazing brands and marketing campaigns you've created, conducted and employed. tell us the tag lines. tell us the advertising campaigns. tell us about your amazing marketing career starting with the date of your first branding campaign, the software you used, the design methods.

i am not a competitor. i am not someone who has a grudge to bear. i attended your seminar over several days. i wanted to be certain i was getting the full and complete picture of what you and RAYMOND AARON are doing. i saw every angle. in fact both you JT FOXX and RAYMOND AARON spent plenty of time speaking directly with me and others over several encounters.

you are both dishonest immature boys. you both are nothing that you've told everyone you are. you cannot prove one single claim. you are vague and fast talking. you provide nothing but platitudes and attitude.

people do not spend a dime or a second with either of these guys.

JT FOXX and RAYMOND AARON should be ashamed of themselves.

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