Make a Conscious Choice

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What Are You Going to do Today? Every minute we have a choice.  We are the way we are.  But we do not have to stay the way we are.  We can make a conscious choice to change something.   The conscious choice to change something does not mean you have to change something big.  For example suppose you make the choice to end your shyness.  That would certainly be a big change for you.  However, that would be too big a change.  If you make that conscious choice you will most likely fail.  But suppose you make a conscious choice to express yourself one time each day.  I know there have been times you wanted to say something but you were too shy to speak.  So you kept quiet. You said nothing.  You had something to say. You made the conscious choice not to say anything.  Suppose you change that one choice just once a day.   Here is how you do it.  You wake up and tell yourself that today you will make a conscious choice.  You tell yourself that you will make the conscious choice to speak instead of making the conscious choice to not speak.  That is all you have to do.  I know you can do that.  Just make the choice.  Don’t chicken out.  Make up your mind to make that conscious choice.   

I know now you are resisting this conscious choice.  I know you have excuses, worries, “can’t do”  words etc.  I have one question for you. If you do not make this conscious choice for yourself who will?  Do you want to stay shy and make the conscious choice to miss out?   I have a great product that will help you along the way.  Please join my newsletter to accelerate this conscious choice.  Make the conscious choice to overcome your shyness now.   http://www.notshynow.com  I love to hear from you. Marcia, Your Confidence Coach

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1 Comment »

  1. agaroli said

    Thank you Marcia for this wisdom. No matter the circumstances we face, we are always presented with a choice. This is our power.
    As Victor Frankl once said: “The last of human freedoms is the ability to chose one’s attitude in a given set of circumstances.”

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