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Do you want raspberry, chocolate or vanilla? - attraction


Descartes once wrote, "I think, consequently I am!" and 'hidden' in plain view amid those five small words - for all the world to see - lays the cloak-and-dagger to bottomless success. Do you see it?

Oh all right? I'll 'fess up. It's so austere it's? (Drum roll please)?

The power of CHOICE.

Yup, that's right - choice. Free will. Raspberry, chocolate or vanilla. Up or down. Hot or cold. Choice.

It's the clear-cut art of choosing: of creation a conscious (and every so often unconscious) choice.

What clothes to wear, what breakfast muesli to eat, what route to drive to work, what donut to have with your coffee. It's all about choice.

We make quite exactly millions of choices everyday? and they're all important.

Why are they important? For the reason that they colour your day-to-day world and clarify your future. Yes, even that according to the grapevine above suspicion amount to have the donut with sprinkles on the top?

Okay, so what does 'sprinkles' have to do with tires? A heck of a lot actually.

Permit me to explain.

In big business we're faced with a continual brook of choices. How we counter (not react) is what determines the outcome. What you choose to think about a bit is your choice. If you elect to look at life and affair as a challenge - it will be. If you decide to look at life as a amazing journey - it will be that. At all you think it is - you're right.

Think about that for a moment. Doesn't matter what YOU think your life is? is

Woah! A Matrix moment? Just like when Neo realizes he's been breathing in a dream world and he's about to step all the way through the looking glass to take on the machines.

Now, if you've read my other articles (and why wouldn't you?) you'd have read the clause about Nazir Mawani from "More Than Tires". Now there's a man who understands the power of choice.

During that interview I cannot bear in mind one minute when he sounded bitter, angry or indignant about anything. He was just so flaming cheery - so assured - so happy. It's all a choice. And Nazir knows it.

He openly spoke about his passion for life and how he wished more ancestors would grasp the austere truth that each day is what you make it. It's no more byzantine than that.

If you remember, Nazir had effectively operated dozens of businesses and still seems unjaded by the rigours of daily life. And don't think that life has constantly been a bed of roses for Nazir - it hasn't been. Life has scared out of your wits him a load of curve balls - the kind of curve balls that might send some folks consecutively for the cabinet rooms mission the game for the reason that of rain.

Nope, Nazir has taken his lumps and risen up from failures and he's still smiling.

Making choices takes practise. It also takes a sense of responsibility. You need to appreciate that you are the designer of your own future - in all things. Remember, no amount is a choice. So you can't plead ignorance when a bit fails on you.

And the best way to help make choices is to arm manually with as much in sequence as you can get. Read voraciously. Eavesdrop to the news. Talk to like minded people. Talk to colonize with alternative viewpoints. Think and dunk physically in anything you wish.

And when life taps you on the shoulder and you need to make a abundance - you'll be ready.

So do you want raspberry, chocolate or vanilla?

Author: http://www. JamesBurchill. com


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