Don’t Tell Me

Tell me that you’re lazy.

Tell me that your priorities are in the right place.

Tell me you don’t care that much about money or recognition or reward.

Tell me any of these things and I’ll believe you.  I’ll accept your answer at face value.

But don’t ever tell me that the reason you’re not reaching your potential is because of your family commitments, your sick uncle, the city you live in, the industry you work in, the company you work for, or the product you sell.  Because that’s all bullshit, and you and I both know it.

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One Response to “Don’t Tell Me”

  1. Dan Says:

    Haha, how crass!

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