ARE YOU 100% COMMITTED?
ARE YOU 100% COMMITTED?
Have you ever made
a decision to go on a diet; stop drinking; begin an exercise program; get a degree; end a toxic relationship or make the relationship you are in more loving?
And then, you either never begin or you follow through for a while and then quit.
It must be your lack of willpower or other things got in the way… or you believe you are just not good enough to accomplish your dreams, right?
None of these cause you to fail.
You are not successful because you are not 100% committed. Without being 100% committed you will never follow through to reach those goals. Without being 100% committed to your effort (no matter what it is) you have really never made a decision in the first place.
You see, a decision is a conclusion or resolution reached after consideration of the work required and the outcome desired. If you are not 100% committed to your dream or goal you haven’t decided anything… you are just thinking about it, wondering…pondering.
With that kind of wishy-washy mindset, your brain will find all the loopholes and escape routes to keep you from taking the actions required to be successful.
Make a decision. Believe in it. Feel it. Commit 100%. No excuses.
You will be amazed at your success!
Pennie’s Life Lesson:
“To be successful at anything you must make a decision, believe in it, FEEL it, and commit to it 100% - no excuses!”
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My intent in sharing this with you is to encourage you to examine some of your past decisions and goals. Were you successful at accomplishing them? Maybe this is why.
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