Are you putting your best foot forward? Or are you running away as soon as you hit an obstacle? If you have 4 minutes to watch a heartfelt and motivating video, you should give the video below a watch.
There are a few lessons in the video and the most important one is that when you decide to go “all in” or being fully committed to something, follow through and don’t pull back when the road gets difficult. Go “all in” on the small changes in your life day by day to reap the fruits of your labor. It isn’t about aiming for the fences, but instead swinging that bat every day at practice to allow the best version of you to hit that home run. Have a goal, and work towards it.
Be Committed To Being Disciplined
Being fully committed to something is HARD. We all have said we were going to do something and eventually have quit on it. There is no better feeling than actually accomplishing what you have set out to achieve and it all starts with being disciplined. “Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.”- Jim Rohn. I couldn’t have said it better myself and it is awfully true. You can be committed to your goal but it eventually comes down to being disciplined and actually accomplishing it.
Whether you’re “all in” is being the best sales rep at your company, a great father, mother, wife, or husband, be sure to actually give it your ALL. It is a lot easier to say you’re going “all in” but when you can’t take your chips off of the table, you need to stay committed.
Today, write down what you are “all in” for and put it somewhere that it will remind you what you are working for.