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100% Is a Cinch!

“There is a difference between interest and commitment. When you’re interested in doing something, you do it only when it’s convenient. When you’re committed to something, you accept no excuses, only results.” (Ken Blanchard, author of the best seller The … Continue reading

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The Commitment to Write: Say YES!

“Go confidently in the direction of your dreams.” ~~Henry David Thoreau Have you given yourself permission to really work? To invest the necessary time and energy you know it will take to achieve your writing dream? Until you can answer … Continue reading

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Commitment Without Compromise

The last couple of weeks we’ve discussed the difference between commitment and motivation. A true commitment is a heart-felt promise to yourself, from which you will NOT back down, no matter what the circumstances. Hopefully, you have re-committed to your … Continue reading

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Motivation or Committment? [Part Two]

Last week I talked about motivation and commitment, and we discussed the differences and definitions. [Read “Motivation or Commitment? Only ONE is Necessary” first.]   Motivation can be fleeting, but real commitment is here to stay. The WHY Behind Committment … Continue reading

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Motivation or Commitment? Only ONE is Necessary

I’ve been thinking a lot about motivation lately, mostly because mine seems to be fizzling. Motivation simply doesn’t last forever. Sometimes it is gone before the morning is out. We writers try hard to stay motivated so we can meet … Continue reading

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