Jun 17, 2019
I broke a commitment … I gave my
word and failed to back it up. Just two weeks ago, I was on the
podcast teaching men to be their word. For me to stay within honor
and integrity, I need you all to know that I was not that man last
week. While it’s been tough as hell, I’m realizing that this
mistake is teaching me way more than any victory ever could. In
this episode I share with you some of the biggest realizations from
the fall-out of my broken commitment.
is “doing the right thing, even when no one is
who know me best know that I am willing to receive a harsh mirror
for the sake of discovery. So that I may learn something about
myself or my way of being that will empower me to become a better
version of me.
- Appreciating the fall-out for broken
commitments is equally as important as keeping them.
- If we
put our word on a scale or spectrum, we’ve lost the power behind it
from the beginning
- Imagine how it feels revealing that I’ve broken
a commitment after so recently speaking about this?
- Values mean nothing until they are tested under
the highest heat
depth of pain we feel as a result of my own actions is a direct
reflection of how much I care
- Playing not to lose is NOT winning. Avoiding
failure is NOT succeeding.
greatest lessons are learned in the hardest falls
can’t make anyone else happy, let alone EVERYONE. My own happiness
resides in being who I say I am.
- Winning is easy. But, losing…FAILURE…has the
power to be a more motivating feeling than winning.
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