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The Five Excuses that Are Obstructing You Content Template

“I don’t have time today, Ia’ll do it tomorrow.”

“I will start my business, when everything is perfect.”

What excuses do you use to not take action, Your readers probably have similar excuses, because no matter how good we are at getting things done, there are areas where we use some kind of lame excuse to avoid doing anything. Maybe we are afraid, Maybe we lack confidence,

These excuses do not help us. On the contrary, they are obstructing us in our way to success.

This is how to use the Five Excuses that Are Obstructing You Content Template:

1: Be honest. What excuses are you using to avoid getting started on something that would improve your business, Write them all down, and then pick the five most important.

2: Come up with a thought-provoking headline.

3: Write an introduction to your article. Tell your readers that we all are guilty of coming up with excuses instead of acting, and that by recognizing this fact, we are already on our way to getting them out of the way.

4: List your five excuses in the body of the article. Give alternatives to each excuse. Show how you could change “I don’t have time today, I’ll do it tomorrow”, into a milder version, like: “I don’t have time today, so I’ll do as much as I can and finish the job tomorrow”.

5: Encourage your readers to become aware of the excuses they use and turn each of them into a milder version, where they do take some kind of action.

6: Summon up your article in the conclusion, and lead into your resource box, if you are writing for article syndication, traffic or back links.

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