The word commitment means different things to different people. For some, it can be as simple as a promise to do or not to do something. To others, it’s something much deeper, a solemn oath or vow, an outright declaration to accomplish something.
No matter what the word commitment means to you, ultimately it mean dedicating yourself to a purpose, cause or activity. The challenge for most, lies in the dedication part. The act of fully “committing” to the commitment requires that you act and execute with unyielding determination.
Most of us start off with the best of intentions. We set goals, we plan, we prepare, yet success often eludes us. Why, because we fail to commit to the commitment. In an effort to provide some guidance and assistance, I wanted to share a post I came across; 6 Principles of Committing to your Commitment.
Have you ever struggled with accomplishing, getting through, or getting started on something that you wanted to do? Many of us do. Often times we come up with an idea that we’re passionate about or that we know we can do but are hesitant to actually go through with it for fear we may fail or not have the drive or motivation to see it through.
In Ken Blanchard’s latest book, Fit at Last, Ken and fitness authority, Tim Kearin, follow Ken’s personal journey to improve his health and fitness. This quick read applies the battle with getting healthy and losing weight, something many of us can relate to, as an example of how sticking to a goal and making it happen can provide a sense of accomplishment, satisfaction, and happiness. Whether your goal is to get healthy, like Ken, start a business, or complete a major project at…
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