It’s More Than Interest

Commitment (2)

It’s more than interest

To see the best of what you can do

It more than interest

To continue after you have been convinced

It’s more than interest

To keep asking after all the no’s

It’s more than interest

To see that dream ofr yours become a reality

It’s more than interest

To get up one more time after you have fallen

It’s more than interest

To chase your dream despite the obstacles

It’s more than interest

To believe even when others don’t

It’s more than interest

To go the extra mile for what you want

It’s more than interest

To reach to extraordinary status

It’s more that interest

To go beyond limitations

It’s more than interest

To achieve the impossible

If you are just interested you may wait

Before you make your next move

Because of the odds you’ve received

That’s why you need to commit

Commitment breads action and action

Produce results

In regards to your dream

Where are you

Committed or just interested

If you have to wait on someone to push you or tell you to do that which you have said you were going to do, you are just interested. When you are committed you have no time to find excuses.

IT IS POSSIBLE TO GO BEYOND LIMITATIONS. IT MAY NOT BE EASY, BUT IT IS POSSIBLE.

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2 responses to “It’s More Than Interest

  1. Richard, your perspective on the subject resonates with my own experience. I discovered long ago that if I was only acting on passive interest chances were that the desired results would never materialize, not in the way I had envisioned them. I had to re-focus my attention on establishing firm commitments.

    Commitment demands our full attention, unwavering. As a lifelong career manager of field operations I discovered early on just how important our focus is on setting goals and following through on them each and every day until we achieved the desired results. Once that commitment had been satisfied I would then re-establish a new commitment to coincide with new initiatives or goals….indeed necessitating a habit-forming process.

  2. Thanks Don. It’s all about being commit to what you have set out to do. There are things we cannot control…

    Have a bless one!

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