Life is full of decisions. You make decisions every day, whether it’s what you eat or where you go to be with your friends. You’ve spent years making decisions and have become quite good at making them, so why are you not choosing to live your best possible life?

The Great Excuse

New business ideas and inventions are imagined every day by regular people, but all of this potential is killed with just 5 little words: “I don’t have the time”.

The problem is that too many people are sitting on a couch and blaming the guy next door or the guy on Wall Street for their failures. The enemy they should blame isn’t actually in some distant city—they’re sitting right there on that couch.

We don’t want to face the truth that our lives and our reality are our responsibility, so we come up with excuses like “I don’t have enough time” or “I don’t have the right resources”. These excuses are nothing less than pure BS.

Victimhood may be warm and cozy, but it doesn’t get you anywhere. It will rot your life as you convince yourself that the world is out to get you. No one is out to destroy you, except your own fears.

Why Pushing Yourself Matters

You want to know what makes someone a victor and not a victim? Choosing to make the most of themselves.

History is filled with great leaders like Steve Jobs, Gandhi, and Nelson Mandela who never backed down from their potential and fought tooth and nail to make their dreams a reality. We all have that potential within us to rise up and take what we want.

Right after reading this blog, you have the choice to continue with your routine and not take risks or to take a chance, to seize the moment, and to reinvent yourself to be the victor of your story.

What will you choose?

At Power Habbits, we’ve been helping young entrepreneurs make the tough choices to become the best versions of themselves. Call us today at (310) 779-4748 or visit us online to set up your personal mentoring sessions and become the victor you’ve always believed yourself to be.

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