You say you’ll do it. Then, you don’t.
You say, give me another chance—this weekend, I promise!—and then you don’t do it again. This perpetual disappointment can be frustrating for you, your coworkers, your friends, and the people you love.
But don’t feel bad. I understand. Call it privileged. Call it entitled. A lot of us can actually relate to you.
After all, your excuse is the number-one self-reported reason why nearly 70 percent of Australian women aren’t doing what they want to in life,1 why Michigan teens haven’t gotten a driver’s license,2 why overstressed Americans don’t deal with their stress,3 and it’s even the most self-reported reason why nearly 60 percent of men in the UK don’t ...