There is power in a truly committed decision. When you’re fully committed the decision is made. On the topic of commitment I love this W.H. Murray quote: “Concerning all action initiative and creation there is one elementary truth, the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans. The moment one definitely commits oneself then providence moves too.” There is power in a truly committed decision. When you’re fully committed the decision is made. No more re-thinking, no more weighing or reassessing the value of any aspect of your decision. Time, money, personal skills, your own fears and trepidations are set aside and you move forward in spite of whatever obstacles.
You have a ‘Whatever it takes!” attitude. In your mind it’s as good as done! It’s not that your journey will be free of challenges but you have clarity about your direction. And that is powerful.
NULL Disappointments, rejection and setbacks are still there but you have resilience. It doesn’t matter how many times you stumble and fall, each time you will pick yourself up, dust yourself off and carry on toward your goal. People with this kind of commitment often outperform others. Sometimes people with less education, experience and skill achieve far more than those who seem to have it all. It is said that successful people make decisions quickly and stick to them. They’re committed. They see things through to completion. On the other hand, less successful people take forever to make decisions and then they waffle back and forth, frequently changing their minds.
It’s very ineffective, unproductive and painful to be straddling that half in/half out fence. You can’t recruit effectively from that place. You can’t make significant money or lead your team or do anything that’s required for success in network marketing.
Being fully committed doesn’t mean being full-time in network marketing. It just means that you see your business opportunity as a vehicle to help you achieve your personal and financial goals. You’ve made a committed decision and you’ve become unstoppable. Let’s read a little more of Murray’s quote:
“The moment one definitely commits themselves, then providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one’s favor, all manner of unforeseen incidents and meetings and immaterial assistance which no man could have dreamed would come his way.”
Certainly, this is the kind of power we want in our business building efforts. Providence moving in, unforeseen incidence and meetings all coming together for our success. It’s my experience that this is true. Imagine tapping into that! Here are a few present tense statements that you can employ.
- I now harness the power of making truly committed decisions.
- I am a decisive person and see things through to completion.
- I now decide it, write it, tell someone, and act on it.
May you experience the success that results in your business from making a truly committed