I commit myself to every day when I wake up in the morning to make sure I write down on a notepad the responsibilities I need to do within my day and from there, walk my day, making sure I fulfill those responsibilities as I practically as I can.
I commit myself to stop being lazy by disciplining myself to do my responsibilities as practically as I can on that day, making sure that the priorities get done first because I see, realize and understand that the consequences of not completing my responsibilities of the day is not cool and it’s unnecessary for me to postpone because I have to get the responsibilities done eventually so it’s best not to waste time.
I commit myself to investigate privately and self-honestly within myself why I do not want to do my responsibilities and utilize the tools of writing, self-forgiveness and self honesty to understand what is behind this avoidance and postponement pattern so I understand where it’s coming from and how to best direct myself within the pattern so when the pattern of avoiding or postponing the responsibilities come up, I know how to handle / direct myself.
I commit myself to push myself daily to: write myself out to see what I am accepting and allowing and existing within and as, and push myself to use self-forgiveness to take responsibility of what I have existed in and as, and use and walk self-corrective statement to actually LIVE and BECOME into and as that which is Best for All.
I commit myself to in writing, to make it clear for myself the importance of doing daily responsibilities, as well as what the outcome would be if I continue to do such responsibilities so if I ever fall into the same point / patterns again, I remind myself of what I realized / discovered / found out about the importance of doing such responsibilities and how supportive / cool it is for me.