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What is Your Commitment?

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Commitment is not an idea, it’s an action that requires time and money. Jarrod admits that when he was younger he didn’t have a commitment problem, he was just committed to the wrong things. If you don’t have enough money you are spending your time and money on the wrong things. The definition of commitment is an engagement or obligation that restricts freedom of action. It’s what you are committed to that’s the problem. Do you have intention or do you just wander through life? How do you get much done? Commitment. How do you get rich? Commitment. How do you make a commitment? 1.Clarify what the commitment is—Everyone can commit. Many are committed to making excuses. Many are committed to being fat. Some are committed to drugs while others are committed to average. Clarify what your commitment is. 2.What do you need to give up—Commitments restrict you. When you make a commitment, you by definition say yes to one thing while saying no to other things. What things do you need to give up to make your commitment real? 3.Reinforce it everyday—Don’t commit just once. Anything worth doing is worth doing every day. Remember, all commitments require time and resources! GrantCardone.com http://www.grantcardone.com

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