Be committed, not attached

 

Commitment

 

“Be committed, not attached. But more importantly, know the difference.”

—Anonymous

The difference between being committed and being attached is the ability to trust.

Trust enables us to dream big, set goals, work toward our goals, and stay open to more than one outcome. Trust enables us to ask “what did I learn?”, “how did I grow?” when things don’t go as we planned.

Commit to taking the action needed to bring your goals to life, but guard against being attached to a specific outcome. When we are attached to a specific outcome, we try to control the process rather than trust the process. Trust enables you to keep your mind focused and your heart open to guidance as you pursue our goals.

The true power of commitment lies in your ability to make decisions, act on your decisions, and trust the process of bringing your goals to life.

Need help staying open to guidance? I invite you to read my post Give yourself the gift of silence

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All the best,

Ruthann

Copyright © Ruthann M. Wilson. All Rights Reserved.

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