How to Stop Making Excuses

Do you suffer from a lack of willpower -- or a lack of energy?
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Do you desperately need to stop making excuses, and yet no matter how much you try to convince yourself to get something done, you simply don't have the energy required to complete the task at hand? 

In episode 2 of 60 Seconds to Unstoppable, Entrepreneur Network partner and bestselling author Ben Angel reveals how "self-preservation mode" can trigger a plethora of excuses and how to distinguish between it being triggered by a lack of willpower or a lack of energy. 

Want to become unstoppable in business and in life? Take this 60-second quiz now to find out what's really holding you back, and be sure to grab a copy of Angel's new book Unstoppable today.

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