Only you can decide the degree of success you will choose to have. Will it be mediocre, fair, good or great? It is totally up to you! Your degree of success is totally based upon the level of commitment that you are willing to make to your ideals. (No one ever achieved anything of real worth without a high degree of commitment; not Tiger Woods (one of the most successful golfers of all time), Michael Phelps (the most decorated Olympian and highest Olympic Gold Medal Winner of all time), Apple’s Steve Jobs (father of the digital revolution), etc.
The greater the commitment—the greater the demand for the knowledge needed to achieve your goal. This concept is without exception. Example: John Smith decides that he no longer wants to be a mediocre partner and that he no longer wants to be in a condition of doubt regarding his business partnership. He is smart enough to know that this will ultimately lead to a breakup unless he changes. He needs to review and change the level of commitment that he has to the partnership.
One’s commitment has two major components;
correctly knowing what you have to do in order to achieve that which you now want to have.
Knowing what you want to specifically have that you don’t have and
Your level of commitment will drive your demand for knowledge.
A great example of how the above works is Tiger Woods. At the age of only 5 he decided that he was going to be the world’s greatest golfer. This level of commitment was the fuel that he needed to learn everything he could about the game of golf. He learned and then practiced thousands of times what he needed to achieve that goal. The same is true about improving any relationship.
The Life Coaching Institute will help you find and apply the knowledge needed to achieve your endeavor. As a result, you will develop an extraordinary ability to predict the correct amount of effort needed to achieve your objectives.
In the above example of John Smith, this involved the assimilation of a new set of viewpoints found in our “technology of relationships” which helped him bridge the gap between a mediocre associate to that of a great partner. All of the truly great men and women of our times have done it this way: 1) increased commitment, and 2) more knowledge, thus achieving more prediction to reach the desired goal.