“The quality of a person’s life is in direct proportion to their commitment to excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavor.”– Vincent T. Lombardi
Let’s begin with a riddle…
Three birds are sitting on the limb of a tree, and two birds decide to fly away.
How many birds remain?
If you answered “one,” then guess again.
All three birds remain on the branch because deciding to fly away and actually doing what it takes are two different things.
Decisions mean nothing until you follow through by committing with real action.
This distinction is critical to understanding why so few people succeed at building wealth.
Deciding you want financial freedom is one thing, but actually doing what’s necessary to achieve the goal requires an entirely different level of commitment.
Many people will learn the tools and tricks to become wealthy, but very few will put them into practice consistently and persistently enough to succeed. Th reason is simple – lack of commitment.
Deciding is never enough because it’s merely the warm-up act to real action. Intention without action is like a car without gas. It won’t get you very far.
Many people want to become wealthy, but very few reach the goal.
So what about you? Are you committed to achieving financial freedom? Let’s see…
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