How to recognize your excuses and use them to fuel you instead
from Fast Company
The train was late. My phone died. It's easy to spot someone else making an excuse, but when we're the one explaining what happened, it often feels more justifiable. But reasons are excuses, says Eric Kapitulik, author of "The Program: Lessons from Elite Military Units for Creating and Sustaining High Performance Leaders and Teams."
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