I heard a great quote recently from Pastor Rick Warren. It went something like, “we are free to make choices but we are not free from the consequences of those choices”. This got me thinking.
It is a balance between good and bad choices we make. Having the freedom to choose is . . . → Read More: Choices & Consequences
Imagine being in a wheelchair. You choose to attend a university that is designed for people with physical disabilities. There are tunnels between every building on campus so you can go between the buildings without being effected by the weather. There are elevators, of course, in every building so it is easy to get . . . → Read More: Are you a giver or a taker?
People with a bad attitude do a great job feeding their negativity. With a bad attitude come connections with things that support and perpetuate a difficult life.
Your bad attitude can affect your ability to:
Give feedback. Your attitude can affect your credibility to give advice. Who wants to take . . . → Read More: Why I think attitude defines success
We allow ourselves to be distracted. Yes, I said we “allow” distractions. I will defend distractions by saying “I can’t help it”. But that is ridiculous. I have complete control of choosing to be distracted or not.
I define a distraction as anything that interrupts or stops your progress to . . . → Read More: A distracted life
Money can only buy so much happiness. Beyond that, happiness is your choice and you are the only one who can take responsibility for your happiness.
This responsibility is described by Stephen Covey as your ability to choose your response. Simply said, it is your responsibility to be happy and to take . . . → Read More: Key to happiness = action