Is it important to finish what you start?
Yes, say these finishers:
The Importance of Finishing What you Started, by Larry Lewis –
But to me once you start something you’ve got to stick with it no matter what. You’ve got to finish what you start. Success in whatever it is you do is very much down to self-discipline and perseverance. But there is one element that to me is absolutely key, and that is …..
Our inner thought process is what is behind our successes and failures, it is responsible for us completing a mission that we set out on or giving up. It’s when we start to think: this is so difficult; I can’t do it. Or I hate this; it’s not fun anymore.
Well cut the crap. No longer allow your negative self- talk to stop you in your track and prevent you from finishing what you started. When paralyzed with doubt, remind yourself that you have gone that far in the project and you can complete it if you stick with it.
Why It’s Important To Finish What You Start, by Alex Mullan –
Every morning, people awake bursting with brilliant ideas. Many of these ideas have the potential to change the ways of the world. Some of these ideas hold the potential to shape one’s surroundings into something fresh, invigorating and alter their course to take him or her on an entirely new path. These ideas, if fulfilled, have the power to transform the life of the creator.
Yet, these brainwaves are often ignored, neglected and cast aside, much like trash and last night’s stale meatloaf.
Looking back now, I realize I was afraid of failure and rejection, two things which I believe are the guiltiest culprits of the ever-accumulating wasteland of abandoned ideas and shattered dreams.
The Secret of Finishing What You Start, by Time Management Ninja
Are you good at starting things? Can you get a project or idea in motion quickly? Some people are fast to charge into a new task. However, finishing them is another matter. Undone projects litter their desk, inbox, and to-do list. How are you at finishing things?
Being good at starting things is an important skill. After all, you cannot finish if you don’t start. However, being good at completing things is an entirely different skill. Many people spend their lives “starting”things…However, the ones who are successful are the ones who actually finish them.
Lots of people come up with great business ideas. Few people actually make a business a success. Many people start writing a book. Few people actually publish one. Most individuals have a dream. Few fully realize it. As a general rule, we are good at starting things but we tend not to finish them.
Here are a few Things You Should Finish…
- The Thing You Should Have Done Last Night
- The Promise You Made to Someone Else
- The Item You Forgot
- The Todo That Is ALMOST Done
- The Never Ending Project
- The Dream You Started
The attributes needed to finish what you start include tenacity, integrity and creativity. The subsets of those attributes are what Outfluence can help you to understand and to develop. Those subsets include awareness of the soft skills, knowledge of communication elements particularly the 90% of communication that happens silently, ability to inspire your performance, and familiarity with sensory gateways and sensory perimeters. These subsets form the foundation of success in your personal life as well as in your business life because they enable you to put your focus on others and relate to their motivations.