Notion of the day

By | January 2, 2017

No point in making endless excuses if you cannot make it happen actually.

55 thoughts on “Notion of the day

  1. totallytales

    Yes… Making excuses is always a kind of escape from shouldering responsibilities…Better to just accept and declare that you cannot do it…

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    1. Akhila Post author

      ya..people who are used to such excuses will just keep on with the same.. they dont understand that their excuses are in a way showcasing their inability to accept responsibilities

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    1. kiranmag

      The long breaks during the varsity exams were actually vacations. ..exams ended on 19 Nov…it’s college gathering and annual function days upto 5 the Jan

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  2. Shaggy

    If you are good enough, you can convince the world your excuse is genuine one. EVERYTIME

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  3. thewritewomanblog

    Absolutely, Akhi! My son is tired of hearing me telling him ‘ only a bad workman blames his tools’ when he makes a million excuses for ‘not’ doing everything that he should be doing. Actually he does not know that it is also a constant reminder for me too 😉 !
    Good Afternoon, Akhi! How are you?

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    1. Akhila Post author

      Good afternoon dear.. I am doing good.
      it’s so funny that i also use the same quote here in my home too..lol…

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    1. Akhila Post author

      If it’s not going to happen at all, is it needed to have even an excuse…better to state it as such, no

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    1. Akhila Post author

      Hey..sukanya, after a long time. Happy new year to you too…are you here in your home town

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