• Donna Johnson-Klonsky

Will You Let Excuses Become Your Safety Net?

First, a bit of honestly. We all use excuses. I don’t say that to make anyone feel bad. It’s a simple fact of life.


For example, I know there have been many times where I needed to work on a project and excused it with: “I have a lot of things to do around the house”, or “I do not have time to draft this month's newsletter.”


Does that sound familiar?


Now, I am not saying that our business goals should eclipse our personal lives. But, we have to constantly be on the lookout for excuses for why we did not fulfill our business goal.


This month’s complimentary resource entitled “When Excuses Become Your Safety Net” is designed to help you reanalyze perceived obstacles and determine the best way forward. Resource below:




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