Results vs. Reasons

What are you committed to in your life? Results or Reasons?

If you’re not getting results in your life – the results you want, then you are committed to your reasons.  If you are committed to results, then there is no room for reasons. Just go create results. The end.

What’s true in your life right now?

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Author: Corey Quinn

Father, B2B Marketer, Lifelong Learner

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