Commitment vs Interested

Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort. – Paul J. Meyer

The next time you wanted to pursue something, ask yourself – are you committed to getting it? Or are you merely interested in it?

If you are committed to it, you would not be stopped by any obstacles, challenges or trouble. If you are merely interested, you would quit on the first sign of problem.

If you are committed to it, you would put all your effort and time to it. If you are merely interested, you put in bare minimum effort.

If you are committed to it, you would make proper planning, think about the actions that would bring you there and resolve to pay the price. If you are merely interested, you would let it pass by.

If you are committed to it, you would take every actions in your hand. If you are merely interested, you would leave things to chances.

What is your stance? Are you committed to your success? Or are you just merely interested?

 

Meng

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