Tag archive: choice

Thoughts about achievement …

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Everything you want is out there waiting for you to ask. Everything you want also wants you. But you have to take action to get it.
~Jack Canfield

It’s your choice – or is it?

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Photo by Baher Khairy on Unsplash.com

We make many decisions in life. We usually like to consider the choices available. In choosing, we enjoy the exercise of free will. Or do we? Behavioural economists might nudge you to consider a fresh perspective on this.

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Thoughts about choice …

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Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash.com

Some of our important choices have a time line. If we delay a decision, the opportunity is gone forever. Sometimes our doubts keep us from making a choice that involves change. Thus an opportunity may be missed.
~ James E. Faust 

Thoughts about choice …

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Photo by Maarten van den Heuvel on Unsplash.com

I have no choice about whether or not I have Parkinson’s. I have nothing but choices about how I react to it. In those choices, there’s freedom to do a lot of things in areas that I wouldn’t have otherwise found myself in.
~ Michael J. Fox

Do we have too many choices?

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Photo by Deanna Ritchie on Unsplash.com

Anyone who goes shopping in brick and mortar stores or online, will know there is oodles of choice. That’s good isn’t it? Brian Shwartz suggests not.

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Thoughts about choice …

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Photo by Crawford Ifland on Unsplash.com

The only thing you sometimes have control over is perspective. You don’t have control over your situation. But you have a choice about how you view it.
~ Chris Pine

 

What’s your perspective on personal responsibility?

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Photo by dan carlson on Unsplash.com

Personal responsibility. It is something we start to grapple with as a child. And yet, there are many who seem to avoid it in life, instead opting to blame external forces for their own circumstances. I am not talking about children here. Or am I?

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