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How to Get into the Driver's Seat of Life (Part 1 of 3)

You do not succeed by blaming other people, the economy, the government, your boss, your staff, your family or your enemies.


No matter how hard you blame others, no matter how convincing the argument and no matter how many people agree with you, blame does not boost your productivity, increase your income or help you reach your goals.


You may think it's good for you to blame your problems on others:


"My boss is to blame. If he wasn't so mean, I'd get a promotion."


"Thanks to my stupid wife, we have no money."


"My parents were alcoholics which is why I have a learning disability."


Excuses are just as bad:


"I can't work because my computer has a virus."


"My mother-in-law was visiting that week so I couldn't pay my bills."


"If the weather wasn't so hot, I'd finish the report."


Blame and excuses are simply a problem with . . . .



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