Executive Message from Founder and Chairman of the Board, Mr. Kirk Hansen
Rebecca and I recently took scuba diving lessons in preparation to go to Australia for the Presidential trip. If you have ever done this, you know that diving underwater can make you a little apprehensive, even with an oxygen tank. Let’s face it; it doesn’t take too long to realize that we need to breathe!
No one complains about how they don’t feel motivated to breathe, they don’t write themselves a note to remember, no excuses need to be made to justify our right or need to breathe and we don’t worry about what others may think about us because we are breathing. We just do it.
But what would happen if something or someone got in the way of our commitment to breathing? We would fight! We would give everything we had to take that next breath.
What else are you totally committed to at this level?
Commitment has been defined as the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause or activity. Commitment connotes a strong sense of intention and focus. You must have a goal in mind that you are committing to work toward. Meandering towards what you think you might want will not bring you the level of success you are looking for. Communicating that intention and focus to your team is imperative, so that they also know what to work towards.
Commitment is not free! There is a price to pay, but the rewards that follow can be priceless! When you will fight for your success, as soon as you focus on reaching your next goal the same way you would fight for your next breath, this is when you are committed to changing your life and experience more.
Chairman of the Board