‚ÄúThere‚Äôs a difference between interest and commitment"
Mar 19, 2018
March 19th 2018
“There’s a difference between interest and commitment.
When you’re interested in doing something, you do it only
when it’s convenient. When you’re committed to something,
you accept no excuses; only results”
- Kenneth Blanchard
When I saw this quote, it resonated with me…big time!
At the beginning of this year I had so many great plans, maintain your exercise routine, make more time for me, create more balance, reach out to old friends, and update my social media and website. While I have been doing these things,
some areas have been spotty at best.
Note to self: “Cliff, if you want results, no excuses: right now, recommit to those results, not when it’s convenient, but every day!”
What do you have in your schedule that you’re NOT doing? What business and personal commitments have you made for yourself which you haven’t followed through?
Action is the key, not saying you want to do something but the actual action.
It’s not too late; get back on track – now is the time.
Until next week, here’s to your success and to getting back on the horse! – Best CQ