Make the Decision Commit to the Result
“Making a true decision means committing to achieving
a result, and then cutting yourself off
from any other possibility.”
Anthony Robbins, author, self-help expert
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Make the decision commit to the result
Each decision that you make requires an action to bring it to a successful conclusion . . . . and to produce the desired results. A decision without actions drifts . . . . and in most cases you lose control of the results.
When you make a decision, know what the desired results are that you want before you implement the decision.
Build your decision around creating the desired results and put your decision into action. Commit yourself to achieving the desired results . . . . and focus you actions and energy on achieving that outcome.
A half hearted decision will result in a minimum effort . . . . and very poor results. A committed decision where you’re passionate about achieving the results will result in a strong focused effort on your part to create the desired results.
A decision can start an action; a committed decision moves the decision from a like too . . . . to a must get it done. The difference between the two is worlds apart . . . . and will show up in the quality of your results.
Make the decision commit to the results . . . . will focus you on the key element of the decision making process which is the desired results.
©2014 Lou Ludwig Motivational Power Quote, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author