Sergey Sobolev Thank you for the insight!

I agree and disagree. One the one hand, only committing to things that are “right for you” is powerful and effective, and we should focus on these areas (if we commit to something we’re not actually serious about, it’s a waste of energy and failure waiting to happen). I wholly agree — values precede commitments.

On the other hand, there are irrefutable principles that influence and govern “greatness” across humanity (in some goal areas). For instance, the “best version” of ourselves is healthy — emotionally, mentally, spiritually, and physically. The path to greatness always involves hard work, discipline, and commitment; even if these areas don’t interest you, you’ll need to subscribe to them eventually if you want to become the next stage of your personal evolution.

Thank you again for your feedback! I found it to be very valuable.

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