Excuses vs. Reasons

Written On: September 8, 2020

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Written By: Roger Seip

Written On: September 8, 2020

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Written By: Roger Seip

You’re reading this right now, which automatically identifies you as someone who’s strongly opposed to making excuses….one of the reasons why we dig you so much!

 

Right now, it’s easier than ever to fall into the trap of “excusitis” and not even realize it, PLUS in many cases there are legitimate reasons for needing to adapt.

 

So this week’s video will help you understand the difference between legit reasons and lame excuses, quickly identify which one you’ve got on your hands, and take appropriate measures to own the homestretch of 2020- enjoy!

 

Where have you been beating your face against a wall?  Let us know in the comments below.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Cory Cegielski

    Love the message. It hits me at a perfect time to make some critical decisions.
    Is there a chance I could have a few minutes of your time to talk about my personal situation Roger? Thanks in advance.

    Reply
  2. Teri Peterson

    Roger was our company’s Keynote Speaker in 2018 for a Sales Conference. Now I receive these emails of inspiration! Great examples used in this weekly video on “Excuses or Reasons”! In fact, I will be sharing with colleagues and friends to watch.

    Thank you for the positivity!

    Reply

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  1. Cory Cegielski

    Love the message. It hits me at a perfect time to make some critical decisions.
    Is there a chance I could have a few minutes of your time to talk about my personal situation Roger? Thanks in advance.

    Reply
  2. Teri Peterson

    Roger was our company’s Keynote Speaker in 2018 for a Sales Conference. Now I receive these emails of inspiration! Great examples used in this weekly video on “Excuses or Reasons”! In fact, I will be sharing with colleagues and friends to watch.

    Thank you for the positivity!

    Reply

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