Choices & Decisions
If looking back at your life was not about choices,
then maybe your life is not what it should be.
The aim of this seminar is –
To enable you to see clearly that your life is made up of choices and that who you become is primarily a matter of the choices that you have made.
If you think that life is not compounded from the choosing you do, then why are you choosing to read this?
Did you ever know anybody who chose the wrong mate – or for that matter, the wrong friend or the wrong financial advisor?
If you were choosing your meal from the menu at the restaurant, would you ask which one of these entrees is likely to upset my stomach?
Why is it that “shoulda, coulda, woulda” accounts for most people’s past lives?
If you have ever been jealous or envious, why?
Why did you choose the color you chose for the car you bought – actually, why did you buy the car you bought, rather than taking a trip to Europe or South America?
If you had a choice between two coffins and you didn’t like either one, would you choose to live on?
Why do so many people refuse to choose to read what would be good for them?
About what do you imagine you have a choice?
Since most people report making bad choices in their lives, how did you get to be the exception?
To what or to whom would you choose to be faithful?
What process of choosing would you use today to make your life better tomorrow?
The mantra for this seminar is –
“The most important choice you make in life is who to choose as parents”
– Emil Cioran
The how of this seminar centers on –
Offering you a different way of explaining how you came to be and a powerful perspective to get you to where you want to go.
If you are a cause and effect thinker, you are a person trying to figure out how you got victimized by what happened to you. Before long, you will be a victim of whatever happens. It’s a way of looking at things. But it’s not the way of looking at things that you need.
If you take the position that whatever happens is by choice, you’ll get far more learning-how and far less knowing-that. It’s the learning how that actually gets you to where you want to go.