Commitment vs. Trying

You may be working on a project. However, you may not be ready/capable for completing without extra help.

Does it mean you are not committed?

Not at all. You are committed, yet you do not have adequate resources.

For this project, for example, there are tasks which cannot be completed without external help.

Listen to Vincent and Diana.

They are busy on a Greenfield project. Both are   competent for physical work.

However, when it comes to designing a company website for promoting this project, both were helpless – it is not their skill!

So, try to understand. Both Vincent and Diana are committed; but they cannot complete the project.

1) List the number one priority in your life that you are committed to right now?

2) Should be this number one?How will you work out this should be number one or not?

3) Who is your support team? Do you believe in them 100% and trust them completely to support you?

4) What are the ways in which your support team can support you?

Committing to ourselves is the most important thing we can do in our life.

Trying + doubt = failure
Commitment + action = success

Committing to success and, fundamentally, committing to yourself is the very first feeling of success. It will feel wonderful.

Suresh Shah, Pathfinders Enterprise

For more details, please refer to the writes by CEO Broeneyn Bowery


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