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BECAUSE is a word used by quitters

I get a lot of emails from subscribers, fans, and followers who are trying to pursue something important – a dream, a purpose, or some big goal.

Giving UpToo often, embedded inside the emails I receive, are excuses why they quit.

The word BECAUSE seems to pop up frequently in those emails.

“I couldn’t do X because …”

“I tried but failed because …”

“I worked hard but had to give up because …”

ObstaclesSuccessful people have to overcome many seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

Rather than make excuses, they simply find a way to overcome those obstacles.

At some point in their lives, they eliminated the Poor Habit of making excuses.

They stopped using the word BECAUSE.

It’s so easy to find excuses for why we fail, make mistakes, or quit on our dreams and goals.

Excuses give us an easy out.

Excuses allow us to rationalize that it’s not our fault.

But that’s a slippery slope.

When we forge the Poor Habit of making excuses, we are essentially telling ourselves that we are not in control of our lives and that our circumstances are dictated by outside forces.

WinnersWhen you brainwash yourself into thinking your circumstances are outside your control, you will never be able to change the circumstances of your life.

You’ll be stuck forever, comforted only by your ability to find excuses for why your life is as it is.

Stop using the word BECAUSE every time something doesn’t go your way.

BECAUSE is a word used by quitters.

About Tom is a CPA, CFP and heads one of the top financial firms in New Jersey. For 5 years, Tom observed and documented the daily activities of wealthy people and people living in poverty and his research he identified over 200 daily activities that separated the “haves” from the “have nots” which culminated in his #1 bestselling book, Rich Habits – The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals. Visit the website: www.richhabits.net
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Interesting thoughts - Thanks Andrew and I say that BECAUSE I mean it

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I disagree. "Because" is a conjunction: it joins two ideas. The word is not (and cannot) be the problem. In each of your examples you included a negative word. Take another look. “I couldn’t do X because …” “I tried but failed because …” “I ...Read full version

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