Feelings and Commitment (Part 3): How to Become a Top-Level Committer

Feelings and Commitment (Part 3): How to Become a Top-Level Committer
The top-level commitment for a person has a no excuses, do-whatever-it-takes attitude. This person reaches their goals. The difference between Top-Committers and the other levels are these five things...

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Feelings and Commitment: The Wishy-Washy Approach (Part 2)

Feelings and Commitment: The Wishy-Washy Approach (Part 2)
As I’m working on health goals, I decided to walk a mile every day and drink eight cups of water while eating at least two healthy meals a day, and I realize that’s not hard, but doable. When it comes to my business, I realize I hadn’t shown up consistently...
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Feelings and Commitment Don’t Mix (Part 1)

Feelings and Commitment Don’t Mix (Part 1)
When you think of marriage or other committed relationships it is natural to also think the commitment is bound by feelings. You want to have loving feelings for that person you spend your life with, but the commitment piece should not be driven by feelings.
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Are you committed?

Are you committed?
Have you said you were going to do a thing and ended up putting it off until it never got done? Have you told your children you were going to spend time with them, and you kept working until it was their bedtime, and they ended up falling asleep before you took a few moments away from what you were doing?

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Your Babies Feel What You Feel…

Your Babies Feel What You Feel…
My husband at the time was about to go away to Iraq, and I found out I was pregnant again. I had a panic attack when he was getting ready to leave. I did not know why I was so upset about him leaving,...
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