[center]Excuses Begone! - How to Change Lifelong Self-Defeating Thinking Habits - Wayne Dyer
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Within the pages of this transformational book, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer reveals how to change the self-defeating thinking patterns that have prevented you from living at the highest levels of success, happiness, and health. Even though you may know what to think, actually changing those thinking habits that have been with you since childhood might be somewhat challenging.

If I changed, it would create family dramas . . . I’m too old or too young . . . I’m far too busy and tired . . . I can’t afford the things I truly want . . . It would be very difficult for me to do things differently . . . and I’ve always been this way . . . may all seem to be true, but they’re in fact just excuses. So the business of modifying habituated thinking patterns really comes down to tossing out the same tired old excuses and examining your beliefs in a new and truthful light.

In this groundbreaking work, Wayne presents a compendium of conscious and subconscious crutches employed by virtually everyone, along with ways to cast them aside once and for all. You’ll learn to apply specific questions to any excuse, and then proceed through the steps of a new paradigm. The old, habituated ways of thinking will melt away as you experience the absurdity of hanging on to them.

You’ll ultimately realize that there are no excuses worth defending, ever, even if they’ve always been part of your life—and the joy of releasing them will resonate throughout your very being. When you eliminate the need to explain your shortcomings or failures, you’ll awaken to the life of your dreams.

Customer Review:

5.0 out of 5.0 stars rated for this book

This book will blow your “habitual mind.”I have read most of Wayne’s books, and this was one of the better ones. I used a highlighter on many areas of the book: I love Wayne’s style of intertwining great philosophical quotes, anecdotes and personal stories to illustrate his points.

The book starts out citing compelling science and studies, including Bruce Lipton’s research proving that genes are far from destiny, and that our beliefs influence even our genes. This is truly the foundation for a “no excuses” paradigm. Wayne delves into the concept of memes, or mind viruses and explains how these are passed on to people like cold viruses.

Next, 18 typical excuses are presented (many of these solicited from his readers). It will be difficult, risky, take too long, create family drama; I don’t deserve it; it’s against my nature; I can’t afford it (surely a popular one today!); no one will help me; it’s not happened before; I’m not strong/smart enough; I’m too old/too young; the rules/laws won’t let me; it’s too big; I don’t have the energy/time; it’s in my family history; I’m afraid. I was disappointed that my favorite excuse “I’ll do it later” wasn’t listed, although it was addressed indirectly in various parts of the book, especially in the “commitment to overcoming the inertia” part.

The second section seven contains principles for overcoming excuses: awareness, alignment, now, contemplation (with a very powerful quote from Aristotle-”Contemplation is the highest form of activity”), willingness, passion and compassion.

The third section promotes a new way of viewing excuses, creating a paradigm shift. This includes asking yourself six questions, starting out with “Is it true?” Where did the excuse come from? What is the payoff?” These are very reminiscent of Bryon Katie except that instead of undoing beliefs, you are undoing excuses and eradicating them from your subconscious mind (which Wayne argues need not be beneath your consciousness, and in fact renames as the “habitual mind”).

I see people all the time using these excuses to avoid eating a better diet of more raw foods: It will create family drama; I don’t have the time to fix good food; I don’t have the money to buy fresh produce.” My father’s excuse was, “I am too old.” Unfortunately, he died of cancer two years after using that excuse!

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