Weight Loss Commitment *9 Laws Of Committing To A Goal*
Wendy Bongalis-Royar, CEO of Trim Down Global put it like this, and I am paraphrasing " When it comes to losing weight Wendy want's her Weight loss Product's and 90 day program,She states "is not a challenge but a Commitment.
Challenge is the latest buzz word suggesting a sports activity, competition with winning or losing.
While the word commitment has far more resolve in it's meaning. A commitment urges the individual to dig into the back bone of purpose with no turning back. A person endeavoring to accomplish a personal goal must go all the way to the finish line wholeheartedly!
Even my own coffee business Gaia Coffee Coop has been a test to my ability to commitment to myself and the well- being of my family, each day having to recommit towards my goal. When starting the coffee project there was only one thing, Going Hard! staying at my desk, pounding out my book day after day, no turning back, with no going home. This process changed me, so all I know is to keep going
A Student asks his master, " Great one, when will I know I've completed all that is needed to be done"? and the master replys " When you stop breathing".
Making a commitment to a Goal is a sure journey to completion, without necessarily placing time limits, but recognizing monumental markers of accomplishment along the path to your goal. Encouragement is the food for great things to happen, so celebrate each marker.
Through my own personal journey I have found these laws to be the principle rocks for pushing through, giving birth to amazing ideas.
*9 Laws of Commitment*
1. Committing to a goal is not contingent on any person, place or thing. But on your own behavior, a mindset derived from a profound need to continue a process of action!
2. Planning and seeing a project from the beginning to end in your minds eye. Then creating a successful blue print that you can follow step by step.
3. Tell trusted people what your plan of attack is. Have them help you stay on track by asking from time to time, "how's the project going"?
4. Be a list writer. Write down each plan of action day by day. Write memos to yourself when an idea comes to mind. Carry a note book with you at all times.
5. Be willing to do things you've never done before to get the job done.
6. Set aside an hour of power each day Pray, visualize and meditate on your project.
7. Think Big! What ever past experience you have for the reason you have been playing small, Forget about it! Don't let it stop you. That was the past, this is now!
8. Don't listen to the Nay Sayers, get them out of your life, or the time stealer's, or the bigger and better plan distractor's. Stick to your guns,stay in your lain, keep focused.
9.Get Ready Get Set Go! Begin each day with doing something towards your goal. This is the most important laws of commitment. Creating momentum and establishing a habit of doing a power task daily.
I am going to add one more law because with out this step the rest are meaningless.
10. Unrelenting Faith To insure the job gets done. You Can! and You will! get the job done. Walk in the power of faith, and confidence, That you are in it to win it!
By Simone Myles young
Ceo, Gaia Coffee Coop
Trim Down Global