Don’t Punch a Timeclock On Your Life

Cut The Crap!

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You and I need to quit bullshitting ourselves.

Yesterday evening when I got home from work, I was tired.  Okay, not just tired–drained.  I didn’t feel like doing anything.

I decided not to write a post for today because I was so tired.

Guess what? I wasted two hours watching TV instead, and I’m still tired.

I said I was too tired to write a blog post, but the truth is that I didn’t feel like writing a blog post.  It was easier to punch out on the timeclock of my life.

I know I’m not the only one.  You do it too.  

Suck It Up

Quit kidding yourself!

Don’t allow yourself to check out of your own life.  When you numb yourself to the reality of your “present moment” life, you rob yourself of your greatest treasure.

The best moment of your life is this one!
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Bottom line is today is too precious to punch “out” on, but only you can decide not to.

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Note: This post is part of the 31-post Ultimate Blog Challenge. During the month of July, 2012, I will be posting 31 times. Since this is a lot of posts over a short period of time, I prepared a special page where you can catch any you may have missed.

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Hi, I'm Steve Rice and my goal is to transform simple philosophical truths into practical fuel to revolutionize your life. It's not about self-help, it's about self-reliance. I show you how. Connect with me on Facebook or follow me on Twitter and let me know how I can help you.

  • Kelly

    That is about it, Steve 🙂 I had the same thing happen in my blogging today, pushed through and am feeling stronger for it. I had ultimate and valid excuses, but I decided to do just as you did and just write about where I am in the moment and be truthful.

    • I saw your post! Loved it. Once we kinda push past our excuses, everything opens up. Isn’t that great how that happens?