Commitment for Breakfast

Bacon and eggs

Each day when you wake up you have a decision to make: accomplish my goals or do it “tomorrow.” You and I both know what gets pushed off, doesn’t get done. Just like breakfast is your most important meal, commitment is more important than passion.

Mark Cuban famously stated, “Don’t follow your passion, follow your effort!” Everyone has hobbies they want to pursue, but few follow through and do them regularly. Insanity is defined as: doing the same thing over and over, but expecting different results. If you’re life is “out of whack,” you have to try something different or things won’t change.

So if you have physical, emotional or mental challenges that you’d like to overcome, join my 8-week online bootcamp geared towards work life balance and get committed to trying new thing in order to get improved results!

Check Your Alignment

Alignment isn’t just about your car tires.

A lot of times our lives are out of whack because our goals and actions are out of alignment.

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For example, if your goal is to purchase a house in the future, why are you spending without a budget in mind?

If you want to lose weight, how come you’re not changing your eating and exercise habits?

If you want to grow in your career, why aren’t you speaking up, networking and looking for new opportunities?

I wrote a post about goals and habits earlier where the majority of people focus on goals, but never discipline themselves to implement the habits that will get them there. Only when your habits are aligned will you achieve your goals.

We all have the same amount of time in a day. It just differs how you utilize it. Goals are easy to set. They’re much harder to accomplish. Mark Cuban said it best, “Don’t follow your passion, follow your effort.” Translated into practical terms it means: don’t just go after what you want, go after what you’re willing to do the work for.

So the next time you set a goal, make sure you have the steps (habits) in place to actually get you there and the accountability to make sure it gets done. That’s when you’ll know you’re aligned.