By Casey Grey
Unless I have an early morning meeting, I always put time aside to read. I start the day off by putting some positive thoughts into my mind. I usually have a few books on the go and open up whichever one I feel most pulled to.
This morning I picked up The Success Principles by Jack Canfield.
One of the things I love about Jack's writing is how he works humour into it. If you have not read the book, success principle number one is take 100% responsibility for your life. The comic strip below is a great example of what NOT to do but something we all come across (or potentially still do).
If you complain or make excuses for ANYTHING, you are not following this principle.
"I'm too busy" is something I often say. This is an excuse. It's a choice I have made. It's something I need to eliminate from my vocabulary.
This truth is, if I'm too busy for something then it's not important enough to me or there is something more important in that moment.
Choose your responses wisely. They will lead to actions and ultimately to your results.