My coach recently sent an e-mail that made me think about how I perceive the word commitment.

I praise my clients for continually showing up, whether Live or doing the “on demand” sessions , they are getting their training sessions done on a regular basis….they are committed to exercising!

BUT, what if you are NOT committed to exercise (or to a great relationship or to financial freedom, etc.?)

Well, then, you are still committed to something, it’s just the opposite of that thing that you are committed to.

 

Let’s take some  examples.

  • You are committed to eating healthy food  and supporting your body OR
  • You are committed to eating UNhealthy food and breaking down your body faster than normal aging
  • You are committed to getting enough sleep and recovering OR
  • You are committed to being tired and run-down
  • You are committed to growing your mindset OR
  • You are committed to staying fixed and right where you are

When you say the second sentence, it resonates a lot differently, doesn’t it?

I thought to myself “whoa, by making X choice, I really AM committed to lack of improvement!”

Where in your life are you committed to something that gives you success?

Where in your life are you committed to something that provides you with lack?

When you examine the different areas of your life, I bet you react the same way I did!

This isn’t to say you don’t have other important priorities, but it is saying that you have 100% control of your choices and decisions and you are 100% responsible for making the choices that you do.

You know the old saying “Even when you don’t make a decision, you are still making a decision.”