Afraid of commitment??? You WON’T be after THIS! 


Are you totally committed to the things that are important in your life? There’s a really quick test to find out if you are. (I’ll get to that in a minute.) You see, in order to succeed in anything – your business or career, paying off your debt, growing your finances, marriage, family, traveling, helping orphans – commitment is a requirement. Success demands commitment. If you are not committed, you will never succeed.

When people are not committed, it shows. People are often not committed to a business they are in. Sure, they might be committed for a little while, but as soon as they run into some trouble, they quit. Others have a dream to feed orphans or to supply clean water to the poor in other countries, yet months go by and they’ve done nothing to either give their time and money, or even to spread the message about the need.

A lot of people say they want to do something, but more often than not, they just don’t do what they say they’re going to do.

Here’s a quick test to determine whether or not you are committed: Do you complain? Complaining shows you are not committed. It shows you are not ‘all in’.

The truth is, if you are not ‘all in’ for succeeding in your business, other people around you know it – especially your prospects, customers, and co-workers. So think about it. Why in the world would they follow you if they know you’re not committed? They won’t, because they know you will eventually quit.

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My business website Youngliving.org/telan87

My personal cell 347 965 9087

My business email jareen97@gmail.com

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