PFR Notes for January 12, 2010
One of our main objectives for the moment, without attaching what we are doing each day to end results, is to make choices throughout our day to be our personal best. If we are truly making choices that result in being our personal best then every area of our life will improve. We will see improvements in our relationships, our food choices, exercise choices, money spending choices, attitude, TV, sleep and much more.
A Tool we teach in Tools To Life, to increase the power of being your personal best when making choices, is The Reverse Tool. Often, in the speed of decision making we are not taking the time to attach outcome to decision. If we truly understood the outcome of our choices, we would be motivated to make different and better choices.
If you could see the credit card bill in the mail and understand the effect before spending, then you can decide if you want that effect or not. If you could see the effect of the food you are eating on your body, then again, better choices. A famous quote when a person is hung over, “I’ll never drink again.” Somehow that is forgotten the next time, often to a comical point. That ability to not see the effect of our choices gives us hangovers in many areas of our lives.
Instead of living in a constant state of a hangover, think through the choice to the end result. See the end result and then play it back to the choices you are making. Make choices to give you the end results you want. Use the Reverse Tool and resolve to be your personal best.
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