What Do Your Choices Say About You?

choicesYou are not your weight.

You are not your net worth.

You are not your circumstances.

And yet, you are.

You are, in this moment, the sum total of all the small choices you have made up until now.

The choices that felt like they were no big deal.

Those choices all count.

And they all are cumulative.

They have added up to create you and the life you live.

This is reality.

And the beauty of this reality is that whether you intentionally created the life, the money, the health and the body you have today, you did create it.

If we’re going to be inadvertent creators of everything that is us and surrounds us, why not do it all intentionally?

As we head toward the end of another year, it’s common to pause and take stock. Are you happy?

Can you look around and love what you see?

Well, the New Year is a traditional time to do an evaluation of how you’re doing. Kind of like a self-performance review.

It’s also the time to set into motion the plans that will keep you on course, or take you in a new direction in the coming year.

So, what will it be for you? Do you want things to stay the same? Or change?

Remember when you were a kid, and you tried something that didn’t turn out the way you wanted?

You asked for a ‘do over’.

And that is exactly what you get now.

You get to do over everything.

All the choices you’ve made.

Will you have instant changes?

No.

But when you start and continue to make different choices on a regular, consistent basis, you can create a whole new reality.

A different body.

A new mindset.

Different moods.

Different finances.

Your past choices created your present.

Your future choices will create your future.

It is simple, and yet profound.

There is no magic, and yet it is major magic.

What will you do in the coming year?

Who will you be?

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2 Responses to “What Do Your Choices Say About You?”

  1. Julie says:

    Beautiful!! What a wonderful outlook for the new year. What will we all intend ourselves to be?

  2. Hi Julie! thanks for reading. I love planning the new year and especially how I want to feel.