I often trick myself into thinking that I have a certain end result in mind but upon further examination, I notice that what I’m really committed to is something else.

Commited or TryingFor instance, in the past I’d tell myself that I wanted to create a certain amount of income per month. Yet, month after month I wouldn’t hit my target.

I’d keep plugging along with the same strategy for creating teleclasses and selling my products. So why wasn’t I nailing my income goal?

The answer was simple. I wasn’t committed to having the income I said I wanted. I was trying to hit my target but I didn’t spend my time focused on the outcome I desired.

I spent most of my time worrying about what would happen if I didn’t meet the goal. I kept thinking about how I hated not having enough money to do what I wanted to do, when I wanted to do it.

Does this sound familiar?

I also knew that the strategies I was using in my business didn’t feel quite right but I didn’t know what to change.

Most entrepreneurs would continue to look for the “right” strategies or actions to increase their income. That is no more of a commitment to the desired end result than I had. You’re still “trying” for a goal but nothing about you is committed, no kidding, to winning.

Being committed to a desire is not about how passionate you are about the desire. I was very passionate about making more money. But I didn’t really believe that I could have ‘more than enough money’ in my bank account. I was struggling to even get what I had.

Finally I said, “THAT’S IT! It’s time for me to have more than enough money!”

I made that decision and I felt all my fear melt away. I didn’t know what I was going to do differently at that moment; I just knew my perspective had changed. I was no longer trying; I was going to have that money!

I was excited. I had a new bounce in my step. Within a month I had new strategies for my business and I didn’t have to hunt them down. They came to me easily. I also had a whole new set of people step up to support me in my income commitment who were not there prior to me making my powerful decision.

Do a quick check-in for yourself.

* What are your top three focuses right now?
* Are you committed or trying?
* Do you feel that you are “no kidding” going to win immediately or do you feel it’s a someday goal … that eventually you’ll have what you desire?
* On a scale of 1-10 how fully do you believe that you get to have exactly what you want and when you want it?

Your answers will let you know if you’ve truly made a decision to have your desired outcome.

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You can, as long as you include this complete blurb with it: Jeanna Gabellini is a Master Business Coach who assists conscious entrepreneurs to double (and even triple) their profits by leveraging attraction principles, proven strategies and fun. Grab her FREE audio on dialing in your biz here: http://masterpeacecoaching.com/freecd