Time Isn't Your Problem
One of my main goals in developing my personal coaching program was to make it as convenient as possible for people to train. Instead of having one or two times they had to choose from, they have multiple times during the day. The reason was to help eliminate the time excuse.
But, time is never the real problem. Yes, many of you can argue who have kids who play sports, businesses to run, or the multitude of other things that fill your calendar. But time isn't the problem, your commitment is the problem.
Nothing exists without commitment. You can try to motivate yourself all you want. You can keep telling yourself you'll start on Monday. But with each attempt you'll just increase the stress, guilt and discouragement as it continues to widen the gap between your motivation and action.
Ralph Waldo Emerson said, "There is no strong performance without a little fanaticism in the performer." Sometimes to get things done you have to become a little fanatical, a little crazy about your commitment. Some may label you these things as you do what they aren't willing to do. But in the end, you will end up inspiring many of them to get off their butt too.