When I don’t want to take action, the fact I said I would, is all I have.
When I don’t want to take action, the fact I said I would, makes a difference.
Acknowledging where I don’t do what I said, creates a new space.
It’s never over, until we say it is.
It doesn’t matter about what you think, if you said you would – do it.
It’s not keeping promises that causes power – it’s clearing up the broken ones.
If I stop creating what’s next, I won’t be in charge of what’s next.
Being held to my promises by someone is guaranteed to irritate in the short-term, but have benefits in the long-term.
One time I break my promise doesn’t mean I can’t keep another one again.
Maybe most of what I say is driven my something other than my thoughts.