How to Commit

If you have ever wanted to achieve something but could not get yourself to commit to your goals, you have come to the right place. I am going to reveal some of the things I teach people who come to my coaching program to improve their lives in a lasting way. 

If you are like other people who need help finding the right path, you have tried to change several times without much luck, and my job is to empower you to overcome any roadblock that tries to hold you back from reaching your full potential. Getting started and staying on the right track is not as hard as you think, and following a few tips will make a difference. 

When you want to change your life positively, many feelings will overcome you, and you might feel tempted to give up before you even try. I promise that you are capable of much more than you likely suspect, and I will soon arm you with the needed tools to design your life. 

Overcoming fear and uncertainty will get you moving, but you will also need to unlock your deepest motivating factors if you want to reach your desired outcome. The feelings of achievement and fulfillment are worth the effort, and you will know that investing in your future was the right call when you see what you can do. 


Although knowing what you want to achieve will get you moving along the right path, it can only take you so far. You will need to understand the main benefits you will gain if you would like to enjoy the best possible results. If you would like to see an example, think of people who strive to quit smoking. 

Unless they have a clear idea of why they want to stop smoking, their desire to change won't be enough for breaking bad habbits. If those people then realize that they will enjoy improved health and save a lot of money each month, moving forward will be a lot easier for them. 

Making a lot of money is another goal that people often set, and you can probably relate to them. If increasing your income is one of your objectives, ask yourself why you want to become wealthy so that you can remain focused. What could you do if you made more money that you can't do right now?

In addition to thinking of the benefits that you will enjoy when you reach your goals, think about what will happen if you don't. When you reach old age, how would it feel to look back on your life and realize that you never made a real effort to chase your dreams?


If you want to have any hope of improving the quality of your life and reaching your goals, telling yourself that you will test the waters is one of the worst mistakes that you can make. 

That mindset won't give you the courage or willpower to push yourself toward your ideal life. Instead, you will provide yourself with an excuse to give up as soon as you encounter any resistance. That mentality will keep you stuck and stop you from living on your own terms, and you can't afford to fall into that trap if your mission is to take yourself to the next level. 

When you need to learn how to commit so that you can design your future, resolve to reach your goals no matter the consequence. Rather than being worried about what will happen if you fail, you must learn to fear the outcome of giving up. 

If anyone else has ever achieved the things that you would like to accomplish, you can do the same. Look at what went wrong and how you can do better when things don't turn out in your favor. By using a systematic approach and remaining persistent, you will find a way to succeed in time. 


Even if you have put all of the other pieces in place, you will still need to set deadlines for each of your goals. Doing so creates urgency and compels you to prioritize your dreams, working wonders to prevent procrastination. 

Once you have a date in mind, decide how much time you will need to spend working on your objectives each day. This concept is vital if you are serious about making lasting changes in your life that will give you happiness and make you feel fulfilled. Each small step you take will provide you with enough motivation to make it through the next day, and you will be thrilled when you see how much progress you can make. 

If you get sick or an unexpected event comes up, you could feel tempted to deviate from your plan. While missing one or two days is not an issue, the problem is that doing so gets you into a pattern of not prioritizing your goals. 

Try to remember that each step you take is an important part of the puzzle that you can't ignore, and you need to hold yourself accountable. Unless you encounter an emergency, never allow yourself to get sidetracked if you are serious about changing your life for the better. 


Understanding your motivating factors, having relentless dedication and setting solid deadlines will set the foundation for breaking bad habbits and designing your life in a way that represents your core values and beliefs. 

While the road to success is always beset with challenges and roadblocks, the right mindset will allow you to move forward no matter what stands in your way. The smallest victories will help you build the needed confidence to push yourself a little further, helping you gain momentum. 

The career, fitness level or relationship that you have always wanted is closer than you think, and learning to master yourself will open many possibilities that you never thought were possible. When you realize the things of which you are capable, you will discover that your vision is within reach, and not many experiences compare to the joy that comes with living your life to the best of your ability.