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7 Ways To Stop Looking for Excuses and Accept Your Results

The amount of time and effort you put into your projects will render equal results. This means that you should stop finding excuses on why you ended up in a certain situation, and try to find ways on how to do better the next time. You have to accept the outcome because it is the effect of what you’ve given from the very beginning. If you truly want to be successful, you should learn how to evaluate the results and establish new approaches that will eventually lead to long term and permanent rewards. Here are some more guidelines.

 

1. Giving your best. If you want to experience success like never before, it’s best to understand how the best efforts will render the best results and bring out the best in you. You shouldn’t spare any of your methods and strategies regardless of the size of the project or you might end up with compromised results. The important thing to know is you will learn new strategies that can be used for bigger projects and you can also feel free to reuse some of the approaches you’ve already incorporated in the past.

 

2. Excuses cause delays. If you keep on looking for excuses on why things ended up the way they did, you are only delaying your path to success. Finding excuses will give you reasons to delay and slow down the process, instead of focusing on the goal and trying the new values and approaches you’ve learned from previous experiences. You shouldn’t spare your efforts and always analyze which areas you still need to improve on for the best results.

 

3. Excuses lead to compromise. If you keep on looking for excuses, you will only end up not giving 100% of your potential and capacity. Too many people find reasons why they did not give their best. This only causes you to say that you have already reached your limit. It might even cause you to stop aiming for bigger goals, thinking that you’ve already tried everything. Remember that shortcomings and failures are only temporary. You have to find ways to keep going back to your goals and finish better every time.

 

4. Accepting the results. Not all end results are what you envisioned them to be. If you want to experience success just like you dreamed, you also have to be willing to adjust to change. Accepting the results is a matter of attitude. You should be humble enough to accept that there are times when you didn’t give your best or might still need further training before you get the best rewards. Accept the results and evaluate which areas you still need to work on.

 

5. Adjusting to change. Change is inevitable and will always be a part of life. If you want to be the best in what you do, you have to stay updated with the recent news and trends. The way things were done before may no longer hold true for today’s demands and requirements, considering that technology changes fast and the demands of people change every now and then. What should stay constant are your values and the principles you live by.

 

6. The evaluation process. The evaluation process will always be done after the results come up. There’s no use trying to battle why you got the results a certain way. The evaluation process is an opportunity for you to re-assess both your strong and weak points. You will also be able to tell which types of goals you can already finish and which ones might be too difficult at the moment. Proper training and experience will give you more ideas on how you can finish tasks better.

 

7. Feelings of denial. It’s only normal to feel denial or mild depression after you fail in some tasks. Understand that the feelings are also felt by several other successful individuals who also experienced hardships in their lives. The feelings of denial should serve as a wake up call for you to do better and to re-train and refocus instead of keeping you stuck in the same cycle. Do not be afraid to try again. Eliminate your fears and keep the lessons you’ve learned from previous mistakes and challenges.

 

Selva sugunendran

 

 

 


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  1. Mauro Hoffee says:

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