3 Powers of Completion: When the Task Gets Tough
Completion builds trust. Finishing what you’ve started makes you a woman (or man) of your word, allowing others to count you as dependable. When you are all talk and no action, people will begin to take you less seriously.
Completion makes you an expert. An expert is just someone who didn’t quick on their craft. When you become a completer (yes, I just made that word up) and not just a starter you expand your net worth, because people pay for expertise. Experts are seldom broke.
Completion gives birth to confidence. Bringing a project to completion helps to groom your identity, because it reminds you of what you’re made of. It gives you a certain level of bravado that pushing weights just can’t give you, because completion exercises your self-esteem and psychological well-being. If you want to build confidence, complete something.
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