Beliefs are of limited value if they’re not translated into behaviors. The things we do repeatedly are the evidence of our commitments. When we commit to the right things, we enjoy right consequences. When we commit to the wrong things, we suffer the consequences. Far more telling than a person’s beliefs are his or her commitments. Are your commitments helping or hurting you? Look to the consequences being created for the answer.
Author: Mark Sanborn
Mark is recognized globally as an expert on leadership, customer service and organizational performance. A member of the National Speakers Association Speaker Hall of Fame, he is the author of 8 books including the international bestseller, The Fred Factor: How Passion in Your Work and Life Can Turn the Ordinary Into the Extraordinary. Mark teaches his clients to BE EXTRAORDINARY™.