Are you Committed? Are you Consistent with your Commitment?
Are you 80% or more in? Do you take one step forward each day?
And consistency over time to little improvements will make big change. You must be committed but if you are only committed early in the week and then fall apart over the weekend you will not see much change. I encourage you to take a 30 day challenge…Maybe start with move your body for 30 minutes a day for 30 days, then replace a meal with an AdvoCare Meal Replacement protein shake for 30 days, Then stop drinking for 30 days, Add 64 oz of water to your day for 30 days and so one, see the change, feel the difference. Be Committed & consistent
1.the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity, etc.“the company’s commitment to quality”
synonyms: dedication, devotion, allegiance, loyalty, faithfulness, fidelity“her commitment to her students”
2.an engagement or obligation that restricts freedom of action.“business commitments”
synonyms: responsibility, obligation, duty, tie, liability; More
or consistence[kuh n-sis-tuh n-see]
noun, plural consistencies.
a degree of density, firmness, viscosity, etc.:The liquid has the consistency of cream.
steadfast adherence to the same principles, course, form, etc.:There is consistency in his pattern of behavior.
agreement, harmony, or compatibility, especially correspondence oruniformity among the parts of a complex thing:consistency of colors throughout the house.
4.the condition of cohering or holding together and retaining form;solidity or firmness.
Cyndi Romuld says
Great C words!
Commitment and consistency were not values that I was raised with in my immediate family. They were characteristics that I identified in my adult life as key elements that were missing and ultimately, resulted in many negative results in my personal, spiritual and professional areas of my life. Through prayer and practice, I’ve been able to take responsibility for being committed and consistent on a daily basis. I have realized that no matter what has happened to me in life or who’s done what to me, I still need to choose to do the next right thing and remain committed and consistent to God, myself and others. Choosing to not remain committed and consistent, only hurts me. Focusing on what has happened to me is only an exuse to avoid doing the tough stuff I probably don’t want to do. It doesn’t matter what others are doing or not doing, comparing myself to others is also another excuse to not face my own responsibilities.
Committment & Consistency are excellent ways to focus on what I need to do to become a better person in all areas of my life!