Commitment as Personal Value

Commitment as a core personal value is important for me because it drives a few major things in my life.

It drives me to work hard, it drives me to be more productive, it drives me to have greater confidence in myself, and it drives me to do the things that are important to me.

Being committed to something is important, even if you’re not sure what that something is. I want to use it to grow in a way that will help people live better lives. And by most of the things I do, the decisions I make, the energy I put into creating the things I care about. At the heart of every commitment is a moral obligation to be accountable to others to act in their best interests.

What makes us human? Perhaps it is simply that we have the capacity to make our own choices and to determine our own destiny. It took me a long time to learn the importance of commitment, but now I have come to realize that it is what makes us human.

And finally, it is challenging because of the inherent contradiction at the heart of our nature. I am convinced this is one of the most important factors in the survival of the human race.

I value commitment as a core personal value because it drives a number of important things in my life. It drives me to work hard, it drives me to be more productive, and it drives me to do things that are important to me.

I want to use it to help people live better lives. By most of the things I do, the decisions I make, the energy I put into creating the things I care about. A moral obligation to act in their best interests is at the heart of every commitment.