Drivers are the forces that compel you towards commitment and pushbacks are those that deter you from it. This type of dynamic tension is often active in most decision-making processes. The bigger the decision is, the more complex its structure and the stronger the tension that builds between these forces. The diagram below illustrates how this dynamic works in this context. Click on image to enlarge.
Driving forces on the left-hand side of the diagram include those factors that drive your sense of readiness and conviction and any other factors not included in the first two.
Pushback forces on the right-hand side of the diagram include those factors that drive a weak sense of readiness and or conviction, and any other factors not included in the first two.
To build highly sustainable commitment, you will first need to eliminate or mitigate as many pushbacks as you possibly can. Once you feel ready, you will identify the most meaningful set of highly energizing drivers possible.
Fitness Protocols can help you manage this seemingly complex dynamic!