PFR Notes January 30, 2010
We are getting ready to use the work we have done pushing past our blocks and being resolved to be our personal best to create changes in our life. We are going to aim our new power at targets and hit them one after another. We will spend 2010 continually setting and achieving our objectives. We will do this by creating commitments. Each commitment we make will be one brick in the new house we are building. Really, GET EXCITED, you are about to build a new house, a house designed by you, the house of your dreams.
Each brick in the house you are building is solid, it is thick, it is sturdy and strong. Each brick carries the same strength as the brick before. Each brick is reliable and will not break. Do you remember the story The Three Little Pigs? The first little pig built his house out of straw, and the second little pig built his house out of sticks, and the wolf was able to blow each house down. However, the third little pig built his house out bricks, and no matter how hard the wolf huffed and puffed he could not blow the brick house down.
Why couldn’t the wolf blow a brick house down? Because a brick house is solid! The bricks we are going to build our house from are made up of commitments. Commitments have to be solid, otherwise your house will get blown down. How do you make commitments solid? By keeping them. We cannot turn commitments into another powerless word like goals where we make them but then do not follow through.
We will start out by making sure that we are making small commitments that we want and will do, and we will build our commitment muscle. Before we know it we will be so strong at commitments, anything we commit to, we will know that we will do. Then we will build that house, brick by brick.
We will provide a commitment making checklist and a surprise to assist you tomorrow.
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