Ever experience the feeling of "buyer's remorse"? The feeling that you get when you commit to something and start to experience feelings of doubt or displeasure of your decision. It can happen to the best of us because I have experienced it before. Are you questioning a commitment? Here's a way to renew your renew your drive for the changes you commited to.
On a daily basis, we find ourselves in positions where we have to make a commitment to something. Whether the commitment is big or small, the fact that a commitment is made means that a need for change was identified and a course of action is set to insure follow through. I made a commitment recently to have surgery on my arm to repair some nerve damage. Before making the commitment I did research, spoke with different clinicians and weighted the pro's and con's of having the surgery. By the way, when considering making a commitment to surgery DON'T watch YouTube videos. In hindsight watching those videos was a bit counter intuitive in the beginning stages of the decision making process but once I stopped watching them I felt better about the process. (d@mn YouTube!) Sorry, I digress.