They don't understand what that commitment will mean in terms of everyday actions, the little things that actually move you forward.
Commitment is more than a statement, more than a feeling.
For instance, it's great to be committed to losing weight, but where's the commitment in terms of daily exercise? Is that 100%? If it is, rain or shine, chances are much greater the goal of losing weight will occur.
When it comes to your finances, it's easy to "commit" to saving more or cutting back spending, but what about the daily commitment to review your account balances, purchases and upcoming expenses?
What about your online commitment? Does your commitment include a certain number of daily or weekly Tweets, posts or new Linked-In connections? It's easy to get lost in the flood of messages, updates and posts that "others" create and share, without ever accomplishing much on your end.
You get the picture. Commitment is more than a statement, more than a feeling. If you're committed, you're committed to the details, the things that will get the bigger goal accomplished. Take your commitment to a new level, by taking it to a deeper level.
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