Edward Haberek Jr.

Recommit defined as make the conscious decision that you will take the daily actions necessary to realize your goal”. I woke up this morning after dealing with horrible cold for several days. These last couple weeks have been a difficult balance of work stress, work out stress, juggling so many items, and general fatigue.

So today I made that decision to refocus harder. I awoke to crystallize a clear mission, purpose, and goal and reach down to again bring out my inner desire.

Serena Williams of the U.S. celebrates after defeating Russia's Zvonareva in their women's singles tennis match at the All England Lawn Tennis Club during the London 2012 Olympic Games

I watched the Serena Williams You Tube video “Rise” and was inspired more. The more real and visible to goal, the better focus I find.

Albert E. N. Gray, who wrote “The Common Denominator of Success” said, “The single thing that determines success and failure is that successful people develop the habit of doing the things that unsuccessful people won’t do.” In other words, successful people are willing to do the daily actions necessary to realize their goal.

So I have prepared my month schedule and “turned up the dial” in my off-season training. I also have organized and focused my energies on the key item to accomplish. Pinpointing energies allows you to hone in on key achievements and prevents outside forces from interrupting.


The world-famous concert pianist of the early twentieth century Ignace Paderewski once told an interviewer, “If I fail to practice for one day, I hear the difference. If I fail to practice for three days, my friends can tell the difference. If I fail to practice for one week, the whole world knows it.” Paderewski knew the importance and value of daily commitment to practice and action steps to achieve his goals.

Now putting it into action! RECOMMIT!

Source: Leadership Management ®P International, Inc.

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