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The fellow who has go nowhere and has no plans for getting anywhere always has a bookful of reasons to explain why.  They are normally quick to explain why they haven’t, why they don’t, why they can’t and why they aren’t.
Like any disease, excusitis gets worse if it isn’t treated properly.  A victim of this thought disease goes through this mental process: “I’m not doing as well as I should.  What can I use as an alibi that will help me save face”  
Once the victim of this failure disease has selected a “good” excuse, he sticks with it.  
Remember, the attack on your “thought factory” is mainly this.  You don’t think you have the brainpower to succeed.
Most people make two basic errors with respect to intelligence:
1. We underestimate our own brainpower
2. We overestimate the other fellow’s brainpower.
What really matters is not how much brainpower you have, but how you use what you do have.
Einstein taught us a big lesson.  He felt it was more important to use your mind to think than to use it as a warehouse.
Remember the Proverb (23:7), that says, “as a man thinks in his heart, so shall he be.”