No more excuses, now say with courage and confidence – ‘I can too’.
Excuse 1: ‘I didn’t get a chance to study’.
:: Henry Ford, the owner of Ford Motor, did not get a proper education, but he still managed to own one of the best car companies in the world.
:: Sachin Tendulkar failed the exam in 10th class.
Excuse 2: ‘My father died when I was young’.
:: A. R. Rahman’s father died at an early age. Yet today he has become one of the most notable musicians in the world and the best musician in India.
Excuse 3: ‘We are very poor’.
:: Former US President Abraham Lincoln worked in a shoe store.
:: A. P. J. Abdul Kalam (former President of India) was a child of a poor family. His father was a boatman. Yet he was able to become a famous scientist.
:: At the age of 25, Rajinikanth was a bus conductor in India.
:: Andrew Carnegie was the son of a very poor family. He worked on a farm. He later became one of the richest men in America.
Excuse 4: ‘What else can I do by cycling’.
:: Karsan Bhai Patel owns Nirma Company. He spent half his life selling Nirma on a bicycle. And now ..
Excuse 5: I have nothing, how do I get to the top?
:: Nicholas Craze used to sell popcorn at the Fairfax theater.
:: Popular singer Bon Jovi used to work as a home decorator in his early life.
:: My favorite actor Johnny Depp aka ‘Captain Jack Sparrow’ used to sell ball point pens on the streets as a child!
:: Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan used to come to Mumbai and sleep on a bench, borrowing Rs 20 from a friend every day before going out to look for work.
Excuse 6: ‘I do a little job, what can I do about it’.
:: Hollywood actor Brad Pitt used to work as a hotel boy in a restaurant called ‘El Pollo Loco’ in his early life.
Excuse 7: ‘I am not good at studying’.
:: Everyone used to call Thomas Alva Edison a fool when he was young. He was not good at studying. Yet he was able to become a famous scientist.
Life does not stop, time will pass even if you do not want to. You have to deal with the future. So no more excuses, this is the time to conquer the world. Take courage and say, “I can do it.”