Brighton Leadership Group

Share on linkedin
Share on facebook
Share on twitter

The Power of Choice

Are you trapped in a stuck mindset? Do you get caught up in circumstances and feel like you don’t have choices? You have more power to choose than you may realize. In the day to day details and distractions of life it’s easy to lose perspective on the power of choice.

Here are two powerful choices you can make:

  • Choose Your Response – Life happens. It’s a fact that there are situations and circumstances that are less than ideal. While we don’t control what happens to us, we can always choose to control how we respond. As Holocaust survivor, psychiatrist and author Victor Frankl said, “Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”
  • Choose Your Priorities – When’s the last time you evaluated your priorities? Are you focused on what matters most to you? The fastest way to understand what you value is to look at your calendar. How do you spend your time? While money is a resource that can expand or contract, time is a resource that we all have in equal amounts. How you spend it shows what really matters to you. If you are not investing your time where it matters most – make new choices in how you schedule your life. You are the ultimate decision maker about who gets your time. Say no more often and set yourself free!

Don’t surrender your power of choice to the tyranny of the urgent, the drone of daily routines or the demands of others. Every moment you have a chance to make different choices. Choose wisely. As Albert Camus said, “life is a sum of all your choices.”

1 thought on “The Power of Choice”

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

More Articles

lead with purpose

3 Ways to Lead With Purpose

We are celebrating Freedom week in honor of the Rebel Leader Community launch. You are free to lead with purpose is the theme of today’s …

Read More →
A curious leader

The Case for Curious Leadership

Nothing new comes from the status quo. There is no new awareness, no problem solving, no value creation, no innovation and no adaptability without asking …

Read More →
Leaving the Pack

Defy the Leadership Default

Have you observed the lack of effective leadership in the United States? Rather than uniting us with a positive, powerful purpose, the people in positions …

Read More →

YOUR Leadership Manifesto

The world is hungry for heroes, leaders who are not just great, but also good. Create a leadership manifesto to make it clear how you …

Read More →
Scroll to Top