INTEREST VS COMMITMENT

Posted on December 22, 2013. Filed under: Get Results, What if you could | Tags: , , , , , , |

Getting results is what we say we all want but like with so many things our actions speak louder than our words.  Getting results in our business efforts, our finances, our relationships – whatever, it all takes more than just an interest.

Results require commitment!

Interest is ‘the state of wanting to know or learn more about something’.  It’s when it sounds like a good idea to you but it’s ‘not really high on the priority list right now’.   Things that draw our interest usually include our career, finances, health and happiness.  We are all interested in these things, but very few of us are really committed to achieve our dream in anyone one of them.

Commitment implies sacrifice.  Saying that you are committed to something suggest that you are putting other things aside to make this thing hold a place of high importance on your ‘Things to Do” list and that results are inevitable!

RESULTS ARE INEVITABLE!  what if

People that are committed work when others won’t work.

People that are committed set examples and lead by example every day.

People that are committed to achieving a goal don’t complain.

people that are committed to something don’t find excuses.

People that are committed keep their eye on their reward at all times and never allow others to take them out of their game.

It’s your life, your finances, your business, your future…     Step up, get results and commit to the things that are important to you!

It will change everything!!!

 

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