You said you’d be on time, and you were … the first day.
You promised you’d call every Saturday, and you did … for a month.
You guaranteed that yes, of course you were good for the repayments … and two deposits later the money stopped coming through.
Words are cheap.
Actions accrue value.
Our reputation isn’t based on how good we are at making promises; it’s dependent on whether or not they’re carried through.
We all know those people who can show a flash of brilliance one day, accompanied by many lofty promises, and then disappear the next.
Don’t be one of them.
Show up, keep your promises, and mean what you say, day after day after day after … you get the idea.