Never matters what, though, results count over explanations or reasons.
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We can put reality off, sure, really although, time doesn’t play favorites especially with individuals who procrastinate on their dreams, or find feeble excuses”not to perform it”. Only genuine results rely, and every attempt must be made to attain those outcomes or we are guilty of”trying to bypass time”.A personal story: When my Dad dropped his foot in 1979 and believed diabetes was about to take his life then, it changed his fact in the sense that he did with me in that thirty years of life before 1991 when he died than he would have done if he were given a hundred years of life, life and extra youth.With the above said, regardless of how we try to trick, circumvent or play games with time. Time and fact are always catching us up in a straightforward and steady way.Thus, consider this fact, the concept of procrastination is your best destructive confidence game we play on ourselves if we aren’t careful, honest together and conservatively realistic by what we really want in life and existence.So that brings me to the concept of reasons (excuses) and results (cause and effect itself). The big question you need to ask yourself as I ask myself all the time is: Exactly what would I rather have or deal with, reasons (excuses) or outcomes (real cause and effect)? Oh, it’s a tough matter to consciously pose yourself, but it is always needed in each way because at a really deep level of the subconscious mind it comes up to the conscious mind anyway sooner or later, so it truly is now or not in every way. For reality comes down to cause and effect, not excuses. Action and thinking on your toes in the today really is what it comes down to. Excuses and attributing is the weakness that never works. The measure of a successful consciousness is action. The measure of a consciousness that fails excuses.All of us must choose what we do with our lives, pursue motives or create effects. That is it. Reasons are promissory debts and results are complete on cold, hard money in hand. I can only end with these words: Think, Act and then Generate results! In addition, I write below some pen-names and aliases, but Joshua Clayton is my real name, and I compose by that for the most part today. I’m a philosophical author and goal thinker and honest actions taker.