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How to use Commitment to fulfill your goals !


Do you know the character of the picture below?
Yes, as you may have answered from the very beginning, this is Rocky Balboa, the character brought to life on screen by Sylvester Stallone in several times and which super skill was a highly noticeable endurance. 
The movie depicted an underdog  boxer whose primarily talent was rising again and again no matter the punishment he was suffering on the ring. Don't you think that having this mindset would substantially increase our chances to reach our goals in life?    
But where this Consistency comes from? How could we improve ours in order to boost our chances to reach those goals? 
I believe we could classify the main external and internal factors that feed our consistency levels:
Internal factors that increase consistency:Genes: There are people around that are Naturally Skilled  for some specific activities. If those activities are aligned with their goals, they normally won't require to spent too much energy. …

How do Economics of achievement work?

There's no question about it,... All human beings have goals and dreams to achieve. Everyone in our own universe want to reach a status, a feeling or something that will bring a peak of happiness in our lives. But not all of us have the same attitude towards the pain we'll have to suffer while achieving those goals.
Because, ladies and gentleman, as you all know, reaching our goals it's not going to be an easy task. Why? Because we got used to what's called "The Status Quo" which means we don't like changes in our regular lives. Why? Because it's painful for us! Changing our ways take effort and high amounts of energy.
"Who in its right mind would go for something that hurts?"
As many things in life we need to trade some things to acquire others. Taking the pain to break with the "Status Quo" have to have a reward in the end but,...
Is it a fair Trade?

To answer this question we'll have to analyze two simple possi…