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Making important choices easy

June 12, 2015

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Choices:everyone has them. ​W​hich choices are most important to you? Which choices deserve your ​m​ost time and care?

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When a choice is important to you, do you give it the time it deserves? Many people feel overwhelmed with ​an endless of stream of small choices. ​

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Do you give some issues more time than they deserve? How easy could it be for you to filter for important issues (and to delegate when relevant)?
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Many people habitually give their attention to choices that leave them unsatisfied, ​bored, ​anxious, or​ frustrated (or even totally exhausted and drained)​. They may wonder how life got that way and what they can do to get some relief. If so, we can help.
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Or, maybe you already know a priority issue that powerfully motivates you. If so, we can help with that, too. We offer services and solutions for ​business owners, investors, and everyone else.
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For many of us, ​though, ​​we want more than just one fast solution. We also want to build a new habit to make important choices easily.​ We want to identify what is important to us quickly, then find easy choices so we can make progress and build momentum (then, if relevant, get competent expert help with issues that are important but difficult to us). Plus, if we assess that an issue offers some benefit and would work better for someone else to do, then we delegate it (as long as it requires minimal supervision). We also want to regularly monitor the actual benefits (and costs) of all choices and investments.

​Further, ​there may be ​one​ big choice that is so ​challenging or ​stressful that we want to at least ​delay it (or even avoid recognizing it)​. But what if the issue is really important? What if avoiding the issue is getting too stressful and costly? ​With some issues, y​ou need to resolve ​them ​​fast ​and it is important to get it right the first time. So who can you rely on for high-quality assistance?

 
 

​W​hat if we could get help with identifying the choices that are most important to ​you​ and then making those choices ​easier for you? What if you could build your perceptiveness, manage your time better, and organize your life to be less stressful and more fulfilling?

Are those skills that you think it could be important to develop? What if, through our services, those important skills were also easy for you to develop- even fun?

How would you feel when you are clear about what is most important to you and successful in promoting that? If you could get anything you want, and all you had to do to get it was get our help to cultivate your delight, what would you get?

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What you need to know first:

1) what you value most now

2) what else you will value

What you will focus on:
1) Promoting perceptiveness.
2) Clarifying priority outcomes
3) fulfilling priority outcomes
How you will get what you value:
recognizing partners, allies, distractions, and threats (“By the way, why is this first?”)

identifying relevant methods

prioritizing methods (by assessing feasibility, reliability, resource requirements, and available resources)
gathering & organizing resources (when relevant)
prospecting and developing partners and allies (when relevant)

selecting one or more methods and then finally…

implementing, reviewing, and refining the selected method(s)

How we will help you get it:
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Do you choose your future?

June 17, 2009
The Future That Was

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Do you choose your future?

Consider that you could be!

Do you choose your future? Or, does someone else choose your future for you- like instead of you?

Consider that you have a choice right now in how you identify with your own idea of your own future. You can identify now with the possibility that you have no choice as to your future. You can reject or resist the idea that you might have any choice as to your future, such as by identifying some other influence as, first, external to you and, second, all-powerful.

That identification of infinite power as only external to you may be named by you as “my parents” or “my boss” or “God” or “the economy” or “fate” or “the will of the people” or “science.” Such as identification of infinite power as only external to you is what I call “slavery.”

So, are you a slave to your future? Or, do you choose your future?

If you can simply accept now that you might have some influence over how your future is going, I invite you to keep reading. However, if you resist the possibility that you in fact might exert all the influence as to how your future is going, I can relate to that, too.

After all, if we were to accept the possibility that we might exert all the influence as to how our future is going, then we would be abandoning any tendency to blame that we might have ever practiced. If we were actually already exerting all the influence as to how our future is going now, then we would not merely abandon the possibility of ever blaming anyone for anything that ever may or may not happen in the future- like only from this moment forward. Oh, that might be quite a notable development- but what if it could be way beyond just that?

If we were actually already exerting all the influence as to how our future is going now, then we could be abandoning the possibility of ever blaming anyone in the future at all. The only time we can blame anyone (or anything) is whenever we may be doing it. So, if I have all the influence over my future now, then I can influence whether or not I invest my attention now into blaming. Once I notice the possibility of blaming now, I can influence whether or not I invest my attention now into whatever I choose!

If I can influence my attention now even just ever so slightly, then I might be able to exert the determining influence. In fact, I might even be the only one who can ever exert the determining influence. In fact, if I am the only one who can choose my future, then I might choose now for my future to be one in which the practice of blaming is, at most, only one of many possibilities.

I may have blamed in the past. However, I may have invested my attention in other ways in the past, too. It is one possibility that in the past I may have blamed. That is just one of many possibilities now. I can choose to focus on whatever possibility I choose to invest into experiencing now.

When is the only time I can experience my choice? Now, if I choose to invest in the practice of choice, I personally experience that practice instantly. However, if I had chosen to invest in the practice of identifying influence as primarily or even only external, I might have personally experienced that possibility.

Is it possible that all influence is external to me personally? I decline to argue the point, by which I mean that I accept the idea that it might be possible that all influence is external to me personally. For instance, perhaps you exclusively exert all influence and thus, if I identify myself and you as isolated, unconnected forces, then obviously I might not have any influence whatsoever since you have it all. Again, I decline to make the idea into an argument. In fact, I now simply abandon that idea altogether.

So, I may choose now to practice identifying with the possibility of my own influence. In fact, I choose my future now. I choose how my future is going as soon as I choose now.

Other people may choose their own future or not. I simply choose my future.

Now, when I choose my future, I not only choose what focus to practice now, but I also choose what practice to make into my future- as in which future to make my practice. I can practice whatever future I choose now.

Other people may accept the future I am choosing or they may reject it. In fact, I may simply choose the future that includes the people who accept it. I choose to experience the people who accept the future that I am choosing.

I choose the future that includes people in general accepting how I choose that my future is going now. I choose the future that includes specific people accepting how I choose that my future is going now- like perhaps even you.

Of course, you may have been resisting the idea that I could be doing this already. Obviously, if I could already be choosing so powerfully, then that might really deflate any receptivity to blame and resignation that anyone may or may not have been expecting to experience with me. After all, if anyone like me can already do it, then perhaps you could too!

Sure, we may have blamed in the past. However, we may have invested our attention in other ways in the past, too. It is one possibility that in the past we may have blamed. That is just one of many possibilities now. We can choose to focus on whatever possibility we choose to invest into experiencing now.

Do you choose your future? Consider that you could be… already!


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