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Paula Rosecky Life Coach, Seattle, WA

Commitment BS

Have you questioned your commitment to something you want to accomplish?

You tell yourself that you’re not into commitment.

You think maybe you don’t want it after all.

You want to stay flexible and free to do what you want when you want.

It’s more comfortable to stay where you are.

Why are you thinking that?

Is it really helping you get closer to whatever it is that you WANT to stay committed to?

I’m here to call BS on you not being able to commit!

Not committing to your commitment is easy.

Think back to something else you wanted to accomplish and did.

What did it take to stay committed?

I get it.

I question my own commitment sometimes.

It doesn’t feel good, does it? In fact, it feels crappy.

My qigong teacher of seven years says, “Commitment is love and discipline.”

I love this thought. 10,000 thank you's to my qigong teacher, Kim Ivy of Embrace the Moon.

It’s easy to tell myself that I can feel committed to my qigong practice.

Take that feeling of commitment to something you’ve already accomplished and transfer it to

a new venture.

You have already committed.

It’s as good as done.

I love that thought for you.

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