What Is a Commitment?

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Commitment is a willingness to give your time and energy to something that you believe in, or a firm decision or promise to do something. Commitment is something that you must deal with or do that takes your time.
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com·mit·ment
[kuh-mit-muhnt]
NOUN
1.
the act of committing.
2.
the state of being committed.
3.
the act of committing, pledging, or engaging oneself.
4.
a pledge or promise; obligation: We have made a commitment to pay our bills on time.
5.
engagement; involvement: They have a sincere commitment to religion.
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A commitment has a variety of meanings but it is mostly used to give the meaning to stick by something you have set your mind to. You may be committed to your work or relationship. It may also mean a promise or contract, where the two are binding. A good example of a commitment is between Romeo and Juliet, who were committed to each other.
Commitment is the trait of sincere and steadfast fixity of purpose. It can also mean deep trust. It is often cited as a necessary ingredient to a successful relationship.
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