Don’t “Try”, COMMIT To Your Goals
Today, I will talk about a word that we really need to omit from our everyday language, and that’s the word “try.” We all should remove the word try from our lifestyles; don’t try, but commit to whatever you are doing and what you are thinking of. Let me give you some examples of why we shouldn’t use the word try. Imagine that you’re going to have a party, and a friend of yours says “I’ll try to make it there.” Do you think they’re going to show up? In almost every scenario, they won’t. Instead of just saying yes or no, they’ll use the word try.
What if you say, “I’m going to try and exercise.” Do you think you’re going to exercise? No, because you didn’t commit to it; you have to commit to it when you are going to do something. Either say yes or say no. But, if you are going to do it, be all for it. If you are going to exercise, set aside that time, put it on your calendar, set your alarm on your phone, or whatever it is, just make sure you commit to finding something to hold you accountable.
Commitment is what transforms a promise into reality. It is the words that speak boldly of your intentions. Actions speak louder than words. It is making the time when there is none. Coming through time after time, year after year. Commitment is the ingredient character is made of; the power to change the face of things. It is the daily triumph of integrity over skepticism.
Let’s look at commitment from a different perspective: when companies are looking to fill their vacancies, they look for candidates that have been working consistently for other companies. This is because they are trying to find out the degree of commitment the candidate can give to their company. When you only commit to the people and things that can be truly important to you, your career, or your company, the results are that your relationships will improve, you will be more successful in achieving your goals, and you’ll have more time to enjoy your journey. Your commitment does not end with the decision!
Commitment leaves no room for doubt, error, or subscribing to other people’s values. These are signs of trying. Commitment always translates into taking action and this always produces results. The key to knowing if what you say you are committed to should be your number one priority, just take a look at the results you are getting.
Let’s all be healthy and let’s commit to this. We have one life, we have one body, we need to take care of it. Keep your mind fresh from the negative thoughts and overthinking, nobody wants to voluntarily go to the pharmacy. Please reach out to me, I would love to show you guys just how these little impacts can help. I have a healthy living group that can help you, we give one another a lot of advice that can really be life-changing.
My name is Amy Gill, your pharmacist that cares.
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