3 Observations to Help Get Ahead of the Consequences of Your Decision
Edition 60 — read on Resolve.blog | March 1st, 2022
Happy thinking Tuesday!
Here is one quote, one question, and big idea to challenge the way you make decisions and improve your life.
“The reason many people in our society are miserable, sick, and highly stressed is because of an unhealthy attachment to things they have no control over.”
― Steve Maraboli
How complicit am I when looking to allocate blame rather than seek a solution?
Do you blame others: “It’s not my fault!” Or do you take responsibility: “What’s the solution here?”
A big idea…
Blame is a way of losing control.
What you control, you are responsible for. When you blame someone else, you not only lose responsibility, but you also lose control. Without control, you also sacrifice opportunity.
To maximise opportunity, focus on what you can control.
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