There are 2,274 posts on this blog. Of those, 25% have the “I choose” tag. Clearly, I’ve been big on choice for a long time. And, the more I learn, the more I understand just how powerful choice is.

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Most of the life you have now is because of your choice. I’m not saying your life is the result of your choices, I’m saying for the most part you have the life you have because you have chosen to have it. Even as I type those words, I can hear the arguments!

  • I didn’t choose to be unemployed.
  • I didn’t choose to be in an accident that left me disabled.
  • I didn’t choose to have a wife who hates sex.
  • I didn’t choose to be infertile.

We all deal with things we would never choose. We can become victims of those things, or we can choose to react differently. We choose to let our difficulties make us something, or we choose to become something because of our difficulties. We have no control of what life throws at us, but we have a great deal of control over how we react.

It has not always been this way. For much of history most people had very narrow choices. Freedom was a privilege of the few, and chances to better one’s self were exceptionally rare. Yes, our modern society has all manner of problems and dangers, but these are a shadow of what our ancestors dealt with. We have incredible opportunities. Most of today’s poor are better off than most of humanity was a couple of centuries ago. If you have the money to get on the Internet, you’re richer and better off than 99% of those who lived up to and through the middle ages.

Yes, you have problems, and challenges. Yes, you have limitations. You also have opportunities your great-grand father could never have imagined. You get to choose which of those you allow to shape your future.

Choose wisely!

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Make A Change. Any Change…

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Your Own Personal Best

April 21, 2015

“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.” ~ Ernest Hemingway What a great quote! It perfectly sums up what I was saying in my recent series on the lie of average, but goes even further.  Most people judge themselves based on those around […]

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She’s Not Thinking What You Think She’s Thinking

April 20, 2015

Recently I had several e-mails from women whose concerns boiled down to, “My husband is doing or saying XYZ and I am upset he thinks ABC.” Each wife assigned meaning and motive to their husband’s actions, and was more upset by what they imagined he was thinking than what he actually said or did. Thing is, I doubted […]

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