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Research in Motion, makers of the BlackBerry, have just unveiled their brand-new, poke-Apple’s-iphone, touch-screen, slide-out keyboard Torch. Their profits were down. They were losing their market share. Something had to be done.
It’ll be interesting to watch the whole show unfold, won’t it?
Starter marriage? Can I shake my head? It doesn’t exactly define commitment to me. It’s a play on words, apparently, from the term “starter home.”
Fortunately, from what I gather, it isn’t the intention of the parties involved to go into a “starter marriage,” they actually do intend on the life-long commitment marriage.
Apparently, “starter marriage” is an after the divorce term to refer to those early, short-lived marriages that were brought about by young love (is there something wrong with that?); or because we all live so long now that we shouldn’t have to be married to the same person for the whole “’til death do us part” part.
Okay Dom, you’ve had your rant, but what the heck is this doing on a FocalPoint Business Coaching Blog?
Marriage is about commitment, leadership is about commitment, starting a business is about commitment – success is about commitment.
If you define commitment, it’s about a pledge, an obligation. Right?
In my mind, commitment is the definition of success: Success is total commitment.
Here’s the ten commitments that Brian Tracy and our FocalPoint business coaches see as essential for success in business:
So – where do you stand on commitment? Do you think you have commitment phobia? Why not find a Brian Tracy Certified Business Coach to help you define your commitments and guide you towards success.