Successful people pay attention to life. They don’t make excuses.
If they are late or are not able to do something, they will own it and learn from it; but they don’t use anything as an excuse.
Give up making excuses. Embrace the fact that something might happen and share that with other people.
And also, gossiping takes a lot of time and effort. It tries to take power out of another person. This is not healthy. It is one of the worst things you can do. If someone is above you, you want to elevate up there, not pull them down.
Instead of gossiping, talk to them and ask questions from people who are successful.
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3. Limiting beliefs
5. Following through on ideas Open to new ideas
6. Do the math
7. Saving money
8. Using credit cards
9. Spending money
10. Excuses – Gossiping and news
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You know, one of the things I’ve seen that successful people do is they pay attention to life and they don’t make excuses. In other words, if they’re late for something, traffic, they didn’t get something in on time. They’ll embrace it and tell people the honest truth. They didn’t get it done. They weren’t there on time. Unfortunately ran into traffic might say something quick like that, but not using it as a big excuse or some long story about how it went. So give up making excuses for things, embrace the fact that something might happen and share that with other people. And the other thing is gossiping. First of all, gossiping takes a lot of time. You’re talking about somebody else and you have to find a willing audience. Somebody that’s going to listen to the gossip in the first place. And one of the things that I’ve discovered about gossiping is that it’s actually trying to take power from the other person.
So let’s say that you’re gossiping about your boss. You’re really trying to take power. You’re trying to bring that person down to your level or even below your level. And that’s the worst thing you can do. If somebody is above you, you want to be up there with them. So you want to do whatever it is they’re doing, and you want to get on their good side. Do all you can do to be on someone’s good side, to move and elevate you up. Ask them questions. Don’t talk about other people. And don’t try to take somebody else’s power, ask questions of successful people. How did you do that? Where did you get your information from? What did you study? What would you say is something you’d do differently this time? Put questions to people that are successful and don’t gossip!