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Uncompromised Life

by Mathew John (2020-03-29)

Although there is so much time and energy Uncompromised Life Review consumed thinking about, analyzing and aiming for success, it is somewhat interesting that so many individuals are often their own worst enemies, because they avoid taking any actions unless they believe they must be either better prepared, informed, or obtain more knowledge or information. This often produces continuous procrastination, because it is nearly impossible for anyone to ever be truly perfect in every aspect of what they do or say. The Reverend Oliver G. Wilsom puts it this way, "Use what talent you have. The woods would have little music if no birds sang their song except those that sang best." Therefore, there can be no possibility of true success until we first recognize that no one is perfect, and we only succeed when we proceed in a proactive and meaningful manner, combined with effectively planning.Perhaps the greatest single obstacle to our ultimate success is a condition that I refer to as "terminal excusitis." This condition is widespread, and extremely pervasive and destructive. Many people, fearing what they perceive as potential failure, focus on making excuses so as to avoid blame or responsibility.