Wait for it, wait for it… Commit! Wait, what? You must be thinking… Well my readers, couldn’t be truer, this advice. But hold on, don’t look so outraged, after all, I am telling you to commit. But isn’t it the same thing? Most would say. In some very fortunate cases, commitment = marriage. However, in many sad others it’s not.
I’m not talking about the conventional couple’s marriage. I’m talking about the “marry with an idea, a concept” side of things. Don’t marry them, commit to them. If you marry an idea, you’ll get stuck there. You will think and do what you’ve thought and done for many years. In other words, you won’t move forward.
In this day and age, innovation is the motor of evolution. Thus, commitment is a better use for your ideas and actions. Once you are committed, you find ways, new ways to keep improving yourself and your surroundings. Be it professional, personal, fictional, factual, doesn’t matter. That commitment, that passion, will push you. It will tell you to strive further and make it better every time. So why stay stuck? Commitment after all, is deeper than marriage. Go further.