I commit to doing the best job possible.
I acknowledge every rising of the sun as an opportunity to do the best that I can. When I rise each morning, I take a moment to consider how to best use the day ahead of me.
I utilize every chance I get to do my tasks with excellence.
I know that a half-hearted attempt at anything is either remembered as a failure or forgotten in an instant. So I choose to perform memorably whenever I have the stage.
I acknowledge that going all out can feel challenging. But if I ever feel like quitting, I think back to the times when I achieved out of perseverance. That resurrected pride gives me the drive to keep going and giving it my all. I am confident in my successes – past, present, and future.
I love how I feel when I am successful at something after putting in as much effort as I possibly can. In the midst of my exhaustion comes excitement and pride.
When I achieve success after undergoing trials and tribulations, I feel so much better about my accomplishments. That alone is enough to motivate me.
Today, I recognize that I only get out as much as I put in. I accept that complaining about the outcome points to the fact that perhaps I can do more to achieve what I want. My success reflects the commitment and effort I put into each task.
1. How do I feel when I don’t put my best efforts into a task?
2. What am I able to learn from others who show resolve?
3. Do I display any other virtues when I commit to doing the best job possible?