Problem with saying you’re going to do something is, well of course – if you SAY you’re going to do it then you bloody well better do it!
Not much for failure. I tend to capitalize on these words and other words spoken. Even if it does completely and utterly consume you. Which is sad to say.
“Do what you like, but like what you do,” my dad used to say.
So in today’s world, be careful with what you say you’re going to do. In my case, once you do so you are committed.
The ultimate sacrifice of time. Given it may or may not be completely to your benefit. Prowess plays in.
Must get it done.
At times, I dwell on the commitment of time for others. Things always take longer then anticipated. Due in my part to my anal attention to every little detail. I have to do the best job possible.
“You’re only as good as your last job,” someone once said to me.
So no matter how much of your own time you have to give up, once you say you’re going to do something, you’ve got to do it. To the best of your ability.
You are, after all – committed.