How To Take 100% Responsibility For Your Life
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Real commitment is implementing the decisions made, even during a struggling phase of life.
One's purpose should be clearly defined and acted upon without hesitation. Research shows that if you hesitate for even a few seconds when you feel inspired to do something, your chances of doing it drop DRAMATICALLY even after 2-4 seconds.
"He who hesitates is lost."
Make or finalize your decision when you are at a peak state, an energized, passionate state of mind.
Instead of dragging yourself throughout your life, be at a peak state by upgrading your standards, on a daily basis.
Even when life gets difficult, you seeing your goal through the end is what commitment looks like.
Your decision is final no matter what happens, and you see to it and make sure it gets implemented.
To think about a decision you have made, time and again, is to doubt yourself. To resolve means making the decision and finding no excuses. It means not even listening to yourself trying to convince your mind out of the decision. It means you have left your fear, doubt, and disbelief far behind.
Your goal is assumed as completed in your mind.
Most people would take security over total freedom because with freedom comes responsibility and uncertainty.
To experience inner freedom, you have to let go of certainty and embrace insecurity.
Few people challenge themselves and keep their commitments. They end up lying to themselves, breaking their own self-confidence.
They fear to commit as they don't trust themselves and remain in a weak and powerless state of indecision.
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John T. Reed, a real estate investor, looked into the accuracy of Kiyosaki's best-selling book and found it inaccurate:
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