The Excuses Test

This statement is so true . . . “Many people would rather complain than take responsibility (p. 184).”   When we become comfortable with our dysfunction, we work harder at explaining the defect instead of improving it.   Scott shares a very dark story about abuse in this chapter that grabs our attention.  However, most of the excuses we make are far less dramatic.  We make excuses for ourselves in small daily choices hat keep us from the big changes God desires.   No more excuses if you want to go to the next level!

Watch Scott Wilson’s video blog on Day #27 by clicking here

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