I agree, I think that commitment is a vital prerequisite for achievement in front of motivation. A big goal of mine this year was to have my first cage fight. Between training twice a day 6 days a week, cutting weight and the actual fight itself, my motivation was constantly tested. However, having made the commitment it just was not fathomable under any circumstance I pull the plug; even in the face of injury. You’re truly going for the win when commitment and motivation are in synergy. Committing to something can refill your pools of motivation when they inevitable get depleted along the road to your goal. Thanks for the read Alex (nice name by the way). Keen to read more.


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