7 Lies We Tell Ourselves Everyday…that Keep Us from a Life of Success!

1. I don’t have the time

That is classic! We tell ourselves we don’t have time to read a book, to exercise, to be with family or go for Bible Study. It is a lie! We have the time to do the things we really want to do, like going to see a football match or going for a kitchen party or spending the entire weekend ‘catching up’ with friends. We tell ourselves that we don’t have time in order to comfort ourselves for not doing the things we really should be doing.

2. I am not good enough

If you open your eyes, and look honestly, you will find a lot of  people right now who are not as good as you and yet are living their dreams. Take that excuse off your list. Chances are you think your boss is a complete idiot! That should prove the point, well, sort of.

3. One time won’t hurt

Well, it does. Why? How? One time becomes two times, three times, four times… One thing leads to another. Soon enough, as they say,  the rest becomes history. The road to self-destruction starts with one drink, one night-out, one error in judgement. One time will bite you, literally!

4. At least I am not starving

You are not starving? No? But you can do a lot better than that. And you know in your heart that it is true. We are not here just to scrap through or to make our way in the universe crawling around. We have the seeds of greatness within us, each one of us. Everyone.

5. Money can’t buy happiness

No. But it pays the bills. And it’s very hard to be happy when you have bills piling up all the way to your neck. Get up. Go make some money.

6. You only live once

It is true. Trouble is, we use that statement to justify why we do all the things we shouldn’t be doing in the first place. We live once and that is enough–if we live right.

7. Now is not the perfect time

Ivan Turgenev says that , “If we wait for the moment when everything, absolutely everything, is ready, we shall never begin.” Never!

Bonus! Okay, I know I said 7 but here is a bonus point just for you.

8. I don’t feel like it

What would happen if you had a maid who only shows up for work when she feels like? If she doesn’t feel like coming she can stay away! We have to move beyond feelings and emotions and operate in a Commitment Spectrum. #icm_motivation #wekeepgoing

Isaac C. Mwiya
Writer | Motivational Speaker | Trainer
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About Isaac C. Mwiya

Isaac C. Mwiya is an author, motivational speaker and trainer. He believes that each and every person was put on this earth for a purpose. His goal is to help both the old and the young to find their purpose in life and express it fully everyday. He wishes for every person to realize their true potential and become all that they were meant to. To bring Isaac to your next event call +260 978 638 389. You can also connect with him on and follow him on Twitter

Posted on September 19, 2016, in Motivational and Inspirational, Personal Development and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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