17 Best Excuse Quotes And Sayings

There are all kinds of excuses for not living up to our true potential, and they can be just as destructive as unrealistic expectations. Find out how to stop using excuses in your life today with this collection of wise and funny quotes about excuses.

Make improvements, not excuses. Seek respect, not attention.
Make improvements, not excuses. Seek respect, not attention. Roy T. Bennett
We were just looking at maps...
We were just looking at maps... Rick Riordan
We have forty million reasons for failure, but not a...
We have forty million reasons for failure, but not a single excuse. Rudyard Kipling
You cannot solve a problem in the same frequency in which it was created. Lynn Grabhorn
Your identity depends on your heart's ability to excuse not on the power or the money you own. Bharath Mamidoju
The best writers tend to look the roughest in photos. At least that's the excuse I use for why I look so bad in mine. R.D. Ronald
I don’t make excuses, so don’t make excuses for me. When I’m being an ass, it’s because I have one. Donna Lynn Hope
What cannot be done today, will not be done tomorrow. We will find bigger excuses! Harrish Sairaman
Life is not easy. We all have problems-even tragedies-to deal with, and luck has nothing to do with it. Bad luck is only the superstitious excuse for those who don't have the wit to deal with the problems of life. Joan Lowery Nixon
Tradition is a foolish man's excuse for not thinking Joshua AyalaArias
How his hatred seethed in search of a justifiable excuse. Norman Mailer
I had told him I was searching for my keys, that's what had taken me so long in the car, and I squeezed him tighter, as if I could crush my little lie. Mitch Albom
It was there, in particular, that I confirmed the truth that love, which we cry up as the source of our pleasures, is nothing more than an excuse for them. Unknown
To Be Raised Without An Earthly Father Is Never An Excuse Not To Discover Purpose Sunday Adelaja
An excuse is worse and more terrible than a lie for an excuse is a lie guarded. Alexander Pope
And oftentimes excusing of a fault Doth make the fault the worse by the excuse - As patches set upon a little breach Discredit more in hiding of the fault Than did the fault before it was so patched. William Shakespeare