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July 31, 2011

Commit vs. Conviction

Conviction means to believe strongly in something, enough so to convince or persuade others. Commit means to entrust, put in a place for safekeeping or carry into action by choice. Consider the following examples.

Setting Expectations: I have committed and will attend the meeting.

Finishing a Task: I am committed to completing this project.

Determined: I am a committed to winning the game.

Devoted: I am committed to my spouse.

Simply stated, are you committed to your convictions?