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All calls will be returned by the end of the day. We overcommit ourselves.
Up until a few years ago, I canceled or postponed meetings a lot. I would say yes to something so much easier than saying no. As the commitment approached, I would feel overwhelmed and want to cancel.
And often, I would cancel. Then I read Stephen M. When you fail to fulfill commitments that you freely make, trust is not the result. Since then I have realized that the temptation not to follow through is compounded by ease.
Never has canceling, for example, been easier and less painful for us than it is in the age of the text message. We can cancel without ever having to speak with, much less meet, someone.
Why Accepting Death Will Make You Worry Less — Gustavo Razzetti
We can cancel five minutes ahead and without explanation. We feel guilty about it.
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Finally, we cancel, and we undermine our confidence in ourselves. There are consequences for our personal lives, and there are certainly consequences in the workplace.
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