“I have a choice”. A recent mantra a client and I came up with.
Let’s talk choices. We often think of choices as #1 or #2, but within each choice are so many layers of choices. For example, you choose to eat ice cream. You also then have a choice about what type, where to eat it, and how much to eat. Knowing that your choice is not always a final decision can be freeing.
Today, I climbed a mountain. Every 2-3 hills, I made a choice, keep going or turn back. I kept going, but slowed down, took lots of breaks. Then I got to an amazing view, I had about 1/3 mike left to the summit. The view was amazing (see pic #2), so I decided that was enough, took in the view and turned back. No regrets, because I made the best choice for me in the moment.