If you’re alive and reading this right now, you are committed to something.
I watch clip after clip of people using the word “commitment” to achieve.
So if you question whether you are a committed individual, look no further than your own life to answer the question.
What are you committed to?
When you wake up in the morning, what are you thinking about?
When you wake up in the morning, what is your mind attempting to align your behaviour to?
Example: “When I wake up in the morning, I’m thinking about coffee.”
Great, you are committed to what? Elevating your energy.
“When I wake up in the morning, I’m thinking about my kids’ needs.”
Great, you are committed to what? Your kids.
Your mind has a hierarchy of values that is committed to fulfilling itself.
Your mind is committed to fulfilling what’s most important to you.
Therefore, your mind will have you think about, and act, on things that are most important.
You can bet you are constantly and consistently committed to what is most important to you.
And you can’t avoid it.
So when you compare yourself to what other people are doing, or certain ‘successes’ they have achieved and think that your ‘successes’ are less than theirs, you will beat yourself up BELIEVING that you aren’t as committed as them.
And, that’s just bullshit.
That’s a lie you are telling yourself.
You are wasting your time.
This is where journaling and tracking your behaviour can come in handy.
Find out what your life demonstrates you are committed to.
Where you do it over and over and over again, until you see, that your life, is a demonstration of your unwavering commitment to what is most important.
That’s where you will see your magic, your genius and your GREATNESS.
And if you track your behaviour day to day, you will begin to the see the patterns of exactly what you are committed to.
And I mean, DEEPLY committed to.
Like most, you are doing you…and you take yourself for granted.
Go in, see where you are committed in life, acknowledge that it’s perfect for you and let go of what you think you should or shouldn’t be doing.
Love yourself for your commitment to your highest values.