Commitment refers to the state of being dedicated or dedicated to something, such as a cause, a goal, or a relationship. It often involves a promise or pledge to work towards a particular objective and to maintain that dedication despite any obstacles or difficulties that may arise. Commitment can be personal or professional, and it can involve various levels of effort, time, and resources. A person who is committed to something is often willing to make sacrifices and take risks in order to achieve their goals. In general, commitment is seen as a positive quality and is associated with greater satisfaction, motivation, and success in life.

I am opening a topic for discussion. When was the last time you committed to something? Do you know the power of intention and commitment?

Do you use dedication when working on yourself with fields or other practices? Do you use dedication when you set a goal or do you wait for your dreams to happen on their own and for the universe to provide them for you?

Here are some tips to use commitment to achieve goals:

  1. Set clear and specific goals: Start by defining your goals in a clear and specific manner. This will help you focus your efforts and make it easier to measure your progress.
  2. Make a plan: Break your goals down into smaller, manageable tasks and create a plan for how you will achieve each one. This will give you a roadmap to follow and help keep you on track.
  3. Stay focused: It’s easy to get sidetracked or lose motivation, but staying focused on your goals is key to achieving them. Keep a positive attitude and remind yourself why you committed to your goals in the first place.
  4. Surround yourself with support: Having a supportive network of friends, family, or colleagues can help keep you motivated and on track. Consider joining a support group or finding a mentor who can help guide you along the way.
  5. Celebrate your progress: Celebrating your successes along the way will help keep you motivated and give you a sense of accomplishment. Take time to reflect on what you have achieved so far and what still lies ahead.
  6. Be flexible: While it’s important to stay committed, it’s also important to be flexible and open to change. If your goals change or circumstances change, be willing to adjust your plan accordingly.
  7. Hold yourself accountable: Finally, hold yourself accountable for your actions and decisions. Take responsibility for your progress and setbacks, and use them as opportunities to learn and grow.

Remember, achieving your goals takes time and effort, but with commitment and perseverance, you can make it happen.


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you believe Krishna is GOD?

You are God too, because you are a part of “God”.
So you are krishna Yourself :heart: