Why does it make sense to commit?

To your business? To your significant other? To your goals? To your dreams? To your desired fitness level? To the wealth you want? To the life of your dreams?

To anything at all…?

Staying committed is all about just… staying the course!

Amazingly! NOT everyone agrees commitment has its perks.

So here you have a few benefits that come with 100% commitment:

  • It provides protection. This is a little difficult to explain, but basically when you commit 100% to something, it creates this aura of protection, a bubble or a tunnel of achievement, so to speak. If you’ve done it, you probably recognize what I’m talking about.
  • It provides invisible support. In other words, if you don’t particularly care for terms like ‘working fingers to the bone’, ‘nose to the grindstone’ or ‘back to the saltmines’… invisible support is available, and the way you tap it is by way of complete, 100% commitment.
  • It provides confidence. When you’re committed, it means you have nowhere else to go than from success to success. That might sound a little weird or even woo-woo, but really it just means you know what you’re doing.
  • It provides peace of mind. Knowing what you’re about, knowing what you stand for, knowing what you want… gives you great peace because you leave no more room for indecision. You’re safe in knowing where you belong and what your function in the greater whole is. Right now.
  • It provides satisfaction. Ultimately, living life as a completely, 100% committed person focused on your  goals borne out of your inner values… just guarantees ultimate satisfaction.

And if you don’t quite commit? Left hanging in between decided and undecided, between two worlds, between two choices…

It’s not a very desirable place to be. Because when you belong to no idea, no organization, no wave of progress – it tends to provide the opposite of those benefits listed. Yikes, I know.

There is simple genius in commitment, a secret spirit of accomplishment reserved for those with a bold heart and a steady mind. So join up! 🙂

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  • February 28, 2011

    Hi, there!
    Good article. Inspring. 🙂
    By the way, would you mind if I ask you some questions about Cybernetic Transposition?
    I know that I have to ask the author.
    But I think he doesn’t like to answer the question from someone bought only an eBook. (Like me.)
    Maybe I’m wrong but last time I received an e-mail from him, I felt that way.
    Oops, I don’t intend to denigrate him. Like I said, maybe I’m worng.
    Anyway, would you mind if I ask you some questions?

  • March 1, 2011

    I don’t mind, go right ahead and ask. I’ll answer to the best of my knowledge and experience..

  • March 2, 2011

    Thank you, Mr. Tunkelo. I’m very glad to here that. I REALLY REALLY appreciate that. 🙂

    Yesterday, I send an e-mail to the author. And according to my expectation he didn’t want to answer. But I understand his policy. I’m not a participant in his SACP course, anyway. So when I read you comment, I felt like you saved my life. (Am I overreacting? 🙂 )

    OK, my question is about three things.

    First, In the Chapter 11(of the CT eBook) there’s two instructions about Practice process. On page 217 and on page 221-222. And there’s a difference between the two.

    On page 217, it says;
    1. Read your Affirmation and End Point Date several times.
    2. Read your list of Key Elements and rate your progress in achieving each.
    3. Perform the Time-Tripping process

    But on page 221-222, it says;
    1. Read through your list of Target Process key element (and rate it).
    2. Read through your Target Process Affirmation several times and anchor the Imaginary experience in the Inner Anchor Point.
    3. Perform the Time-Tripping process

    And moreover, there’s a different instruction in the audio form of the Time-Tripping process. It goes; FIRST do the Time-Tripping Process and THEN read a list of Key Elements and rate it.

    Hmm.. which one is right?

    I know I’m not good at English. (And I think you already know this, too. 🙂 ) Writing in English is a difficult task to me, though I can read an English. I think they’re just different instructions of Practice Process. Or I just don’t understand the information?

    My second question is about the Time-Tripping process. What if the imaginary experience are changed when doing the Time-Tripping process on a daily Practice process, what should I do? I mean, yesterday, an imaginary experience ‘A’ of the Date 3 is popped up. But today, an imaginary experience ‘B’ of the Date 3(that is entirely different from an imaginary experience ‘A’) pops up. Is this OK?

    The eBook says; “whatever pops up, your job is to simply bring it to a perfect 10 and anchor it in the Inner Anchor Point.” So I’ve been followed this instruction. Do I understand correctly?

    And last, the third question is quite simple. Is there any form of Sub-Personality Negotiation process? The eBook says; “Record this on your Sub-Personality Negotiation FORM”. This question should go directly to the author but I just want to make it sure that the form is exist and I just simply didn’t receive it. Oh, maybe the form is provided only to a participant in his SACP course? If it is, never mind this question. 🙂

    This is it. Sorry for all these long long questions. I wrote too much, I think. I’m sorry for bothering you. Thank you for reading.


  • March 2, 2011

    Okay, those are pretty specific questions and I’m not sure if they’re mine to answer. At any rate, I’ll be in touch via email shortly with something might help you out.


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