Stay committed to your decisions, but stay flexible in your approach.

«Stay committed to your decisions, but stay flexible in your approach.»

— Tony Robbins quotes are sponsored by – you dream it we built it … because – “anything is possible with Charisma”

16 thoughts on “Stay committed to your decisions, but stay flexible in your approach.

  1. it is not always easy to maintain this state, especially respect to the flexibility. A game that well it synthesizes this concept it’s that of the chess. The purpose is that to give chessman but the way it is always very flexible… because it depends on the movements of the adversary… 🙂
    Hi, Don

    1. Hey … and yes very much, in chess the “goal” is check-mate … but your opponent also has the same goal, and will do things to stop you reaching yours, so flexibility needed !

  2. Oooh – I dunno about this one…(for me) sometimes things change SO much that our decisions have to change along with them. I guess it depends on what the decision is. I could decide to make money from my art… I could fail epically…time to rethink decision. Sometimes it does mean scrapping original decision altogether and moving the f on. Sometimes 😉 Relativity. 😛

    1. LOL, I think he was probably talking about goals (or dreams as some people like to see) … so it means stay focused on your goal, but be flexible about how you get there … at least that’s my interpretation, and I like the way he didn’t use the word goals or dreams in describing it …

      And yeah sometimes we have to change our goals, failures can whilst sometimes painful be a great learning …

      1. Yeah – I guess I kinda knew this…just playing up to my reputation of being an idiot/person who makes everything more complex than it really is 😉 lol!

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