Commitments without specifics lack power to hold you accountable to yourself and keep you stuck and directionless. Here are 7 questions to help you get specific.
What does it mean to be committed to something? How do you know when you are committed?
Time is not something you find at the lost and found. It isn’t lost, and you won’t find it. What you can find is a way, or an excuse. The choice is yours.
What’s your level of commitment to the outcome, process, idea, vision, or mission? Are you fully committed, or are you committed only if it’s convenient, or only at a certain price, or only if the right conditions exist?
I eat all the time. Sometimes, dessert is dinner. I still fit into clothes from over 20 years ago. I have a great body. But I’m not lucky.
[spacer size=”30″] Here we are, not even a week into January, and it’s starting. This is the week of the year when the chatter kicks into high gear: the barrage of emails and articles asking us whether we are sticking to our resolutions. A few years ago, I learned something crucial, and since then I’ve kept […]
I’ll be honest. Writing is hard. Harder than I thought it would be. I wasn’t a stranger to writing, before. I lost count of how many essays and papers I wrote throughout seven years of college and law school. As a lawyer I wrote dozens of legal briefs. I was no stranger to writing. But […]