Accept Responsibility

There is wisdom in this tweet. Well said.


Commitment + Action = Your Dreams Being Close

Author of quote anonymous

I would say action leads to you being committed because when you take those steps and begin to see your hard work paying off then you will stay dedicated to what you see is working. You can’t be committed to something and you haven’t first put the work in. I’m viewing this quote like a relationship. You can be in a committed relationship, you and your partner are not be putting forth any effort on establishing a sturdy foundation that will allow you two to withstand hardships. But remember you two are committed. Heck lots of people are committed. I have a gym membership with the YMCA. I pay $44 every 15th of the month. Now that’s commitment but I don’t go to the gym. So how is that leading toward action? It’s not, I have to first put forth the effort in paying for a membership and actually go everyday or every other day. Rather than just give my money to a facility thinking that I’m some how going to lose weight and gain those results that I want to see.

Now I know that I said you need to put forth the action first then the commitment will follow. Actually both go together. It’s like the scripture says faith without works is dead. You can’t have commitment without action and you can’t have action without commitment. They are one in the same.


What Can You Do To Drastically Better Yourself In 3 Months

What do you think what is your answer to the question?

Honestly, you shouldn’t place a time limit on change. Its unrealistic to place such pressure on yourself to mold into this ideal person by this specific date and time. You are a human not a assignment that had be finished by a particular deadline and even then that takes time. I don’t know how to answer this question because there is no three month work out there that is specifically tailored to improving yourself. You have individuals that improve within weeks, days, hours even years. I personally believe that it is solely up to the person willingness to improve. It starts in the head like many things. If a person is not serious about improving their life then no improvements will be taking place. But then again what necessarily are people trying to improve on. By definition what does a person view as improvements? I mean is this person trying to learn a new language? Is this person exercising and trying to lose weight or gain and build muscles? Is this person trying to learn a sport? What improvements can a person be doing to better their overall life?

What I am trying to say is that there are numerous ways to better yourself. Depending on the person what area of their life needs bettering and what do they believe will get them from where they are now, to where they want to be.

So Peace