The Importance of Commitment

When I interview prospective coaching clients, I screen out the resentful and the apathetic. You have to be willing to commit to accomplish. We’re all committed to something, but that something is not always what we pretend to be committed to . And if what you’re committed to is anger and disappointment, that’s going to be what you get. That is a client who will fail at his pretend goal and succeed at his real one.

On the other hand, if you are committed enough to replace “wishing” with “intending,” that’s the rocket fuel to success. Your fears and doubts will fail and become ever weaker and fainter voices in you head. And YOU will succeed.

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