Dec 20, 2018 14:08:07 @avtiskazarian
In order to achieve something one does not necessarily need to engage fully himself into that. Indeed, it is more about commitment. How much can you commit yourself to your own decision. That is what makes thing work.
As far as I am concerned, the need for a better commitment is becoming more and more a vital point in my life, both personal and professional.
Looking back onto the past years, I realize that most of my time has been wasted into deploring myself or others and never using those precious minutes if not hours or even days, to actually do something.
For some it's only a matter of putting than a schedule, a plan, for some others it is a much deeper process, like to stop smoking, which requires to go fully from the external cohesive planning to the depth of internal emotions.
Understand our own mechanism won't make the change happen, but it will help us to find the switch which may do the actual change. This requires indeed some introspective work and a minimum of desire to change our way of life.
That being said, this does not mean we need to change who we are as a personality. Think about this more as fences which will keep you on the track: while limiting your moves, they will keep you safe.