The title of this blog post, is something I ask myself, at least once a day.
Throughout my entrepreneurial journey, I’ve become acutely aware that the most success people I know, are the ones most committed to their personal and business mission.
Full commitment and relentless drive for what you believe in, makes you an unstoppable force.
When I’m approached by business owners who ask if I’ll consult on their businesses about how to imbed trust into every nook and cranny of it to grow their profits, the one internal question I ask myself about them is, “Are they committed to their mission?”.
The word mission, comes from the military use of the word.
He sure had a commitment! Thanks for the inspiration. It got me thinking about my commitment. It has to be there in order to make a difference.
I have the greatest respect for NAVY Seals.
Jay shows his mental toughness and resolve. I wish him and his family the best.
This is the greatest tenacity to survive against all odds instead of seeking for sympathy which most people in similar circumstances desire.
Powerful thanks for sharing this story. The awesome power of our minds and how our attitude propels us into the greatness we really are.
Hey thanks for sharing this Ari…good kick up the backside to stop whining and get on with living, full tilt.
Mudgee NSW Australia
Thank you Ari, this was just what I needed this morning. Lock n load and rock n roll.
I love this guy I know military. I’m an ex-Marine. I also know overcoming physical deteriation, colon cancer survivor.
You just gotta kick butt and ignore the b.s. thanks Ari
Sun city center
He is at the top of his game then. I wish him all the best for his recovery
Well done Ari! This should kick everyone’s butt into gear so they stop making excuses about why the aren’t successful yet!