Updated: Mar 2, 2021
Some of us entrepreneurs are limiting our commitment.
I love physically training at a CrossFit gym. It’s a high-intensity fitness program incorporating elements from several sports and types of exercise. It also has a mental component: commitment.
See, once the clock starts, you can’t stop. It’s 20-30 minutes of non-stop action. Once the class begins, there’s no turning back!
I’ve learned that developing my skill of “COMMITMENT” is paramount to my growth as a person and as an entrepreneur.
The Bible has a lot of references for us as Christians when it comes to commitment to various aspects of our lives. We see a commitment to our health, our church, our employees, our neighbors, our families, and in all things we say and do (Ephesians 6:5; Hebrews 10:25; 1 Corinthians 6:19, 31).
And of course, we know that the chief commissioner in our lives is God Himself (Matthew 22:37-38).
The same commitment I learn in CrossFit, and we learn by committing to God Himself is the same commitment we need to attain wealth, affluence, and becoming rich.
Yet, some of us entrepreneurs are limiting our commitment. We define the amount we’re willing to work or the things we’re eager to do, to be committed to success.
We need to improve our commitment to our financial success before seeing any economic change in our bank accounts.