Sure, I want to focus on my marriage, but that can happen when the kids are older.
Yes, I know I want to invest in my personal development, but I just don’t have the money right now.
Working out would be good for me, but I have trouble staying consistent.
Ever heard yourself in any of these traps?
It all comes crumbling down with one seemingly simple word, ‘BUT.’
And in all honesty – the ‘but’ is so easy to get caught up in.
It gives you an out.
It lessens any possible failure.
It eases any potential change.
Yet at the end of the day – are the consistent ‘buts’ and excuses truly allowing you to get what you want out of life
Here’s a simple tip on how to alter the excuse-driven mindset:
Instead of saying “yes, but”…
Flip it to “yes, and”…
Then watch as your statement changes from a defensive one to an opportunistic one.
Here’s an example:
Instead of “Yes, but I don’t have time.” It reworks to, “Yes, and I’ll find time.”
You can use this little word swappery in your relationships, work, delegation duties, personal development, and ultimately ALL aspects of life.
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