Interested or Committed?
New Year Resolutions being made and not kept through the Year are a classic example of being merely interested and not committed.
Commitment enables a person to keep “at it” through thick and thin externally; and through the seasons you go through internally.
Perseverance is a key indicator of commitment.
Commitment is not possible without character. Character is built on the power of timeless principles; not fickle values.
Commitment requires consistency. Consistency is not possible without discipline.
Discipline requires going against the grain. Going against the grain requires stepping out of the comfort zone.
You can be interested in many things, but committed to one.
Identifying and committing one self to ONE, is where the rubber meets the road.
Separate your interests from your commitments; and life occurs differently thereafter.