No One Cares About Your Excuses!

Alvin Dean

No One Cares About Your Excuses! Podcast is for the highly ambitious and the consistently striving to improve go getter who always seems to make mistakes that sets him/her back! If you find yourself experiencing “self sabotage failure” in your work life or personal growth, but willing to learn that taking accountability for your actions will ultimately improve character, inspire change and allow us to take back the steering wheel of this thing called life, then this podcast is for you! Each week the host Alvin Dean, will break down the areas we all struggle in with the goal of failing our way into success by taking accountability. Mistakes are the stepping stones to victory but holding yourself accountable is the forgotten key to progressing through the next door in your life. So get ready to acknowledge your faults with NO EXCUSES and become a better version of yourself in order to achieve success in any area of focus! read less
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Episodes

Ep. 10: Identity Crisis
Mar 14 2022
Ep. 10: Identity Crisis
This week we have to go into the mind and sit down with every version of ourselves that we have created and have a little pow wow. Its impossible to be every version you thought of while you were deciding who to be over the course of the years. Now its time to decide and not look back! Choose who YOU want to become!   Checkin In: I have to start by Thanking Jarratt Damn ( About Damn Time Podcast)  And Mo ( Unestablished: Memoirs of a Broke Rich Lifestyle Podcast)  for checking in on me this past weekend. I was kinda in a discouraging mood last week and needed a break from Social media. I was in my head a lot while driving. Listen to the episode for the full story!  Go getters Fact:  67 percent of Americans do not have a written plan for their lives. Of those who do have a written life plan, 35 percent say it helps them set goals and gauge progress; 31 percent report it keeps them on track and provides a roadmap; 15 percent say it's a reminder of priorities; 13 percent say it has helped them plan for the future; 9 percent say it has helped them with end-of-life decisions; and 9 percent report it's helpful in financial and estate planning. Of those who do not have a written life plan, 48 percent believe it would be valuable for similar reasons.   Main topic: Choosing who you want to become   Remember being a jack of all trades? Although valuable, Here's the NegativeYou begin to create multiple versions of yourself in your head.Silence those mental clones and make a final decision on who you want to be comeFocus all your activities, plans, how you walk, dress etc one that person you decided to become and don't look back! Tighten up challenge of the week:    Sit with those mental clones of yourself. Yes, call a meeting with you at the head of the table, and break down every positives and negatives of the versions of yourself at that table. Once you start realizing what you truly want and who you truly want to be you fixate your focus on that version of yourself and nothing else!    A wiseman/woman once said: Find out who you are and do it on purpose.” ~ Dolly Parton Want to support this podcast and think it will help others?   1). Subscribe/follow wherever you get your podcast 2). Share it with your friends and family.  3). Show support by Leaving a review and rating on the Apple podcast or spotify!   If you want to “check in '' to acknowledge your progress of this week’s challenge or have an area you want to tighten up on, send an email to noexcuses2k22@gmail.com and I will acknowledge it on the next show! Follow me on instagram @alvindean_ and @No_excuses_all2k22.
Ep. 9: “L” Is For Lessons
Mar 7 2022
Ep. 9: “L” Is For Lessons
This week I freestyle a little bit on a subject that’s close to me and that’s, taking ”L’s”. I’ve experienced many L’s in my life and I didn’t figure out the lessons in those losses until wayyyy later. So I decided to share my thoughts and give insight on how to identify and over come losses. Let’s face it, we all experienced a L before  so let’s turn that loss into a lesson!           Checkin In:   Last week's challenge of consistency completed! I challenged myself on being on time and staying consistent for a week! How did you all do? Let me know!     Go getters Fact: Taking a “L” will happen forever in our lives and it's up the person on the receiving end to take it as a lesson or a defeat.      Main topic: Taking A “L”    What is a considered a lesson ( anything we experience over and over that’s a negative impact) How to identify a lesson in a loss.Why do we continue to experience “L’s” over and overHow to over come L’s and avoid depression ( counting blessings)           Tighten up challenge of the week: Identify your area of taking L’s and be on the look out for the next lesson!      A wiseman/woman once said: Sometimes you must hurt in order to know, fall in order to grow, lose in order to gain, because most of life greatest lessons are learned through pain.- idk         Please if you support this podcast and think it will help others,*** first subscribe/follow wherever you get your podcast**** then share it with your friends and family. Show support by ****Leaving a review and rating on the Apple podcast or spotify****! If you want to “check in '' to acknowledge your progress of this week’s challenge or have an area you want to tighten up on, send an email to noexcuses2k22@gmail.com and I will acknowledge it on the next show! Follow me on instagram  @alvindean_  and @No_excuses_all2k22
Ep. 8: Slow & Steady Wins The Race
Feb 28 2022
Ep. 8: Slow & Steady Wins The Race
Today on "No One Cares About our Excuses" the topic is consistency! Yes, something we all struggle dearly with and is one of the leading factors of failure as we know it! Some people's lack of consistency stems from focus others lack of results. It varies. So identify where you can improve your level of consistency and work on it!   Checkin In ( talk about Last week's challenge of trying new things). Go getters Fact: Consistency is the critical driver for success. Being consistent means dedicating yourself to your goals and staying focused on the things and activities to achieve your goals. Consistency requires a long-term commitment from you and involves sustained effort in doing actions repeatedly until you achieve your goals. Discipline, accountability, and responsibility are all parts of staying consistent. Consistency can spell the difference between failure and success. Being consistent can help anybody to achieve success in any field of endeavor. https://neelraman.com/5-reasons-why-consistency-is-an-important-habit/ Main topic: staying consistent   Why Do People Struggle with Consistency? Lack of patience. Desire for instant gratification. Lack of clarity and focus. Not having supporting habits or triggers. Benefits:  It will create accountability. Your results will reveal if you’re consistent or not. If you know you’re not on track, you can hold yourself accountable. This means you can adjust your actions or behaviors and keep progressing towards what you want. It will help you stand out or be noticed. Small actions carried out repeatedly will amount to big results over time. When you do something for a long period, you will differentiate yourself from those who aren’t consistent. This can help you attract new opportunities that may not have been possible if you hadn’t been consistent. having a “all or nothing” mindset 5 Reasons Why Consistency is an Important Habit Here are five benefits or reasons why consistency is an important habit to have. Knowing these reasons can be the motivation you need to give more attention to it. It develops discipline and self-control. Forming a new habit can be challenging because it’s easier to go back to what you’re comfortable with. Your ability to be consistent requires self-control, which means you don’t allow yourself to get off track while staying focused on incremental improvement. This will help you develop the discipline required to keep going. It builds a higher level of trust. The level of trust you have with yourself shows up in the level of trust others have with you. Being consistent will help build momentum. This means you’ll also feel good about what you’re working towards. It can fast track your improvement or development in any area. Tighten up challenge of the week: Stay consistent in 1 area of choice! Time, health, whatever! Begin to lay down the bricks of forming a habit that could breed great long term results. Start small if preferred.   A wiseman/woman once said: Success isn't always about greatness. It's about consistency. Consistent hard work leads to success. Greatness will come.- Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson       Please if you support this podcast and think it will help others,*** first subscribe/follow wherever you get your podcast**** then share it with your friends and family. Show support by ****Leaving a review and rating on the Apple podcast or spotify****! If you want to “check in '' to acknowledge your progress of this week’s challenge or have an area you want to tighten up on, send an email to noexcuses2k22@gmail.com and I will acknowledge it on the next show! Follow me on instagram  @alvindean_  and @No_excuses_all2k22   Other than that This is  yet another episode of Tighten tf up. I'll catch you next week!
Ep. 7: I Am That I Am ( Ft. Marshonna Gunn And Jamiere Shagwell)
Feb 22 2022
Ep. 7: I Am That I Am ( Ft. Marshonna Gunn And Jamiere Shagwell)
We are back with the rebranding! It took some weeks of developing and restrategizing but we got it! We kick it off by bringing in the lovely Marshonna Gunn! Such a powerful episode about finding yourself, being a jack of all trades and justing getting intuned with the higher power! We need to align ourselves to find ourselves and thats what this episode is all about! No excuse not to rise!    Follow the Guest on IG: @Marshonna_gunn       Go getters Fact: To hustle means to want something more than anybody else that you're willing to put in the extra hours of work. Often, it could mean missing out on Netflix binges or setting aside vacation plans until next month. Hustling involves sacrifices. (https://everydaypower.com/hustle-quotes/)     Main topic: Jack of All trades   What skills do you say you possess that will qualify you as a hustler?How did you find your hustle/niche?What where your trials and obstacles you had to over come? How? Tighten up challenge of the week.   Learn a skill that's out of your norm. Having multiple skills and abilities actually causes you to be more versatile. Just learn. We are not worried about perfecting at this beginning stage, and who knows, you just may find who you truely are!   A wiseman/woman once said: "A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one" – Meet Viktor Vicsek. please if you support this podcast and think it will help others, **first subscribe/follow where ever you get your podcast then share it with your friends and family. ****Show support by Leaving a review and rating on the Apple podcast or spotify! If you want to “check in'' to acknowledge your progress of this week’s challenge or have an area you want to tighten up on, send an email to noexcuses2k22@gmail.com and I will acknowledge it on the next show! Follow me on instagram  @alvindean_  and No_Excuses_All2k22