What has more power, a resolution, a goal, or a commitment? You can “resolve” to go to Atlanta some day or have a “goal” of going to Atlanta, but if you make a “commitment,” well, that’s different. If I ask you about your plans for the weekend you’re supposed to go to Atlanta, you’ll say, “Oh, I’m going to Atlanta that weekend.” And THAT is THAT. You’re committed. You know you’re going. There’s no doubt. You don’t make contingency plans in case you don’t make it to the airport. No. You WILL be at the airport.
So, lets make a commitment. Let’s make 10 commitments — all to your own financial success. By making these “commitments,” well, you’re committed! So, let’s MAKE them!
1. Commit to spend less. Spending less is the first commitment that you’ll need to make to insure your personal financial success. Actively SEEK ways to spend less. Commit to discovering ways to save money.