Commitment Quotes Page 3

Commitment Quotes Page 3

The irony of commitment is that it’s deeply liberating – in work, in play, in love.
Anne Morris
Love   |  

To begin the process to positive change, make a commitment to yourself that you will be more, have more, and do more. Once you take responsibility for your own actions, your behaviors, your thoughts, you are beginning to take a positive step forward. Byron Pulsifer
Change   |  

Marriage is a lifetime commitment and understanding what the purpose of marriage is important in reconciling a marriage and ensuring both parties are mutually happy and fulfilled by the union. Timothy Gray, Marriage: Help For Marriage Restoration: Simple easy steps to re-kindle any relationship
Purpose   |  

When work, commitment, and pleasure all become one and you reach that deep well where passion lives, nothing is impossible. Author Unknown
Possibilities   |  

Promises are the uniquely human way of ordering the future, making it predictable and reliable to the extent that this is humanly possible. Hannah Arendt
Future   |  

Love doesn’t just happen to you. Love is a choice, and it represents a commitment. Rick Warren
Choices   |  

I know the price of success: dedication, hard work, and an unremitting devotion to the things you want to see happen. Frank Lloyd Wright
Success   |  

If your energy is as boundless as your ambition, total commitment may be a way of life you should seriously consider. Dr. Joyce Brothers
Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained   |  

Your mission isn’t a project to check off your list. It’s a commitment to which to dedicate your life. Victoria Moran, Fat, Broke & Lonely No More
Dedication   |  

Honor your commitments with integrity.
Les Brown
Trust   |  

Great organizations demand a high level of commitment by the people involved. Bill Gates
Greatness   |  

Unless commitment is made, there are only promises and hopes; but no plans. Peter F. Drucker
Hope   |  

Try taking some “me-time” regularly, some time by yourself, and promise yourself that you are going to be committed to listening to your next step in life, that your ears will be open, and that you will follow that call, that feeling, in whatever way necessary. Justin Todd, How to Create Anything Despite Limitations
Time   |  

Build friendships and network with people who will support you and not sabotage you. Have the willpower and mentality that you will make a commitment to see it through. Jordan Koma, Bad Habits
Friendship   |  

If you deny yourself commitment, what can you do with your life? Harvey Fierstein
Quotes about Life   |  

I recommend a phased approach in which you begin by replacing some of your commitments with different activities focused on rest and relaxation. Scheduling relaxation as an activity means you are more likely to do it than if it’s seen as a non-activity i.e. something you only do when you have nothing better to do. Tricia Alach, Release! Guide to Mastering Stress
Relaxing   |  

We sometimes hurt each other’s feelings, neglect each other’s needs, disregard each other’s concerns or preferences. But we are committed to this relationship and we believe that, even with all of life’s annoyances and trials, this marriage has real value, both now and for eternity. Camille Kendall, Wish You Were Here: Letters From the Foot of the Cross
Marriage   |  

Commit to an unstoppable mission to be the absolute best you that you can be. You deserve to be the best you that you can be. Debbie Dickerson, Confidence is Your Game Changer
Confidence   |  

When you ask yourself how you can feel good about having a friend hold you accountable, you realize that you just need to make a strong commitment and be OK with the fact that if you do your best, you’re making progress. Rachel Rofe, Take Control Of Your Life
Accountability   |  

Being successful in a particular field, especially sales, does not happen overnight. It requires hard work, dedication and commitment. Geoffrey Wright, How to Sell Anything
Work   |  

Being a parent is a commitment; a commitment of time. 18 years from birth to adulthood. W. H. Thomas, Be The Father Children Need
Father   |  

These people with the positive mindsets were able to fully commit to their ideals and their goals, providing them with a sense of completion and satisfaction that allowed them to maintain a positive mindset. Jennifer Smith, Positive Thinking
Positive   |  

Also, when tasks are huge and require more commitment and time, we tend to delay it. Ryan Nolte PhD, Accelerated Focus
Procrastination   |  

In leading change, you must recognize people will address change on an intellectual and emotional level. You must deal with both to get true commitment to the change. Steven Rosenthal, SimplySmart Management I: Teaching You the K.I.S.S. Principle
Leadership   |  

People judge your commitment, partially, by how passionate you sound about your message. Steven Rosenthal, Leadervision: Anyone Can Be a Leader
Passion   |

Today, many will make the commitment to be a better mother, father, son, daughter, student, teacher, worker, boss, brother, sister, and so much more. Why not you? Steve Maraboli, from Why Not You?
Mother   |

You aren’t going to become good at a skill you don’t commit to. You can’t be halfway in if you want to get the entirety of your new skill. Adrienne Stevens, Psychology: 15+ Special Techniques to Learn Any Skill or Subject in 20 Days
Knowledge   |  

Setting a time limit adds a layer of commitment that truly pushes your aim to an actual goal. Tom Laurie, Goal Setting
Goals   |  

Telling someone about your goals somehow forces you into committing to them, so you might as well get a trusted friend or relative to help you in the process of achieving your goals. Garrett Kingston, Ask Why: How to Discover your “Why” and Stay Motivated to Pursue your Passions
Achievement   |  

Live and serve in such a way that you’re doing your job in a way that demonstrates your character and commitment. John Stange, Intentional Leadership: Your path to becoming the kind of leader people love to work with
Character   |  

The next step is to make a commitment to do what you can to meet your needs without having to borrow money again, and to save enough money to live with enough of a cushion to keep you from needless stressing about your finances. Rand Bennett, Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck
Stress   |  

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