If you’ve got time to come up with excuses, you’ve got time to come up with solutions.
By all means, complain when life sucks, but complain while you’re doing something about it.
At some point you have to stop bitching about the hand you were dealt and get on with playing the game the best you can with what you got.
There tends to be an inverse correlation between the amount of time you spend complaining and the amount of time you spend doing something.
“I did the best I could,” is usually an excuse used by people who didn’t do the best they could.
It’s surprising how many times you can have an excuse that sounds perfect on paper but doesn’t really apply or mean shit in reality.
There are two kinds of people in this world: Those who have an excuse for everything, and those who don’t have to make excuses.
You can’t move your life forward by making excuses dismissing action, but you can by making excuses dismissing your excuses against acting.
The more you complain about a problem, the less you’re probably doing anything about it.
Nothing was ever built on excuses.
Your dreams are waiting for you to stop making excuses.
I’ve watched excuses ruin more people’s lives than anything else.
Today’s excuses become tomorrow’s regrets.
You don’t hear maggots at the bottom of trash bags asking why life isn’t fair. Well, we’re maggots at the bottom of a cosmic trash bag.
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- #1: Happiness and sadness
- #2: Fulfillment, purpose, and meaning
- #3: Maturity, adulting and growing up
- #4: Being mean vs being nice
- #5: Arrogance and insecurity
- #6: Arguing with people
- #8: Practice, failing and determination
- #9: Writing, art, and creativity
- #10: Eating, hydrating, exercise, stretching, and addiction
My Tweets About Romance
- #11: Love, relationships, and communication
- #12: Dating, cheating, exes, masturbation, oral sex and lust
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My Tweets About Politics
- #17: The 2016 U.S. presidential election
- #18: Donald Trump’s presidency
- #19: Political corruption, incompetence, and voting
- #20: Political and economic freedom
- #21: Immigration, racism, and guns
- #22: Public education
- #23: Political reform
- #24: Police, prisons, and unjust laws
- #25: War, military, and troops
My Tweets About Economics
- #27: Poverty and poor people
- #28: Capitalism, Communism, and Socialism
- #29: Hurting customers and workers
- #30: Investing, real estate, and healthcare