… Not that I have any problems with most 4-letter words (including those of the swearing variety), but people get so freaked out about commitment that I thought it was about time to start tackling this subject. So here’s the deal… You can have anything you want in your life.

But… You gotta commit to it, to get to it.

Here, let me explain…

Most of the time, when a client tells me they aren’t getting what they want (what they’ve intended/visualized/prayed for/meditated on/etc.), it almost always means one thing: they gave up too soon, because they weren’t really committed. Commitment feels scary. Terrifying, even.

But why? Here’s my take: if we commit to something (or someone) and shout that from the rooftops, then we really have to do it. And if we don’t do it, we’ll be humiliated… shunned… cast out of our communities and forced to live destitute and alone on the streets. So, we let it go really quickly before anyone notices.

Okay, maybe that was a little dramatic, but our monkey minds get cray-cray with this stuff. So, I could get all deep and complex about this, but I’ll keep it simple instead. If you want to succeed, make a commitment.

Here, I made this Self-Commitment-Contract that you can use. Print it out, fill in the blanks, and post it somewhere that you’ll read it every day. Or multiple times a day. And keep that commitment to yourself. Not for anyone else, but for you. Sound fair?

While we’re on the subject, this is the last week to sign up for The Spring Into Love Program (April is really flying by!). So, if you’d like a side dish of accountability with your commitment platter, let’s get going.

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