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Don't Just Start, Finish It

I've recently watched John Chow's video stating that starting something is not the most important thing to do, but finishing is.

I'm guilty because I'm one of those people who recommend and wrote in this blog that we should go and start that one thing we desire. I realized after watching the video, finishing a thing is far better than starting because at starting, the passion and eagerness are there but without determination, those driving forces will fade out gradually. You must have a reason why you do a thing as if your life depends on it and treat it as the last day of your life.

Anyway, here are reasons why people failed at something:

- They don't realize what they're getting into
- They are not committed to it
- There are no consequences for them to face when they get failed.

These are what John said in the video and I find this true. Some people just go and begin doing the challenge without knowing in themselves what they really want to happen, occur or accomplish afterward. Just like what I mentioned, they are not serious, committed or determined on what they're getting into. They treat it as a game only that when they failed or lose, they will laugh at it and say, "better luck next time". And last but not the least, there are no consequences/punishments to be imposed to them. When they failed to complete the task, no one will accuse them why they did not finish it. But what they do not know is they gradually destroy their credibility and reputation. In other words, they have no word of honor. That's it!

Before I end this post, I would like to post the link where I got the inspiration to make this content. Read it and learn from the original information, "Don’t Just Start It, Finish It!".

I hope you have time to leave your comments below and share it with your friends. Thank you.

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    1. Sorry pal if this post hit you. I'm actually like that sometimes.

      Anyway, thanks for reading and sorry if my response is a little bit late. :)

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