How do I score?
Who knows you better than you know yourself? After all you decide who you are, what you think, how you feel and how you behave right? You make and break yourself. You createyour own opportunities. You pass and you fail, you struggle and you prosper; and it’s all in your own hands. Your individuality is discrete and hence unique to you. You know your strengths more than anyone else does. And you have your limitations, which the world may be completely oblivious to because you never expressed them so no one knew. You are your best friend and worst critic. Yet there are few things about you, that maybe you sometimes misapprehend. Things you must know. The truths about yourself.
Being in control
You are the controller of events in your life, and you can choose to escape from personal responsibility too; yet you are always in control. If you ascribe misfortunes to loss of control, you probably have been too risky with your own actions. You could believe any of these:
- I was in control (you drove the car and you had that accident)
- I voluntarily gave up control (my wife is in control of me now)
- Someone was controlling me (my boss just always has his way)
- Everything was out of control (I don’t know how I lost my job)
People who believe they are in control are more optimistic, more satisfied with their lives, and have better moods. They really are able to sort things because they believe they are truly in control of themselves. If you can sort your mind and your reactions, you can practically regulate anything on this planet. Just like a medicine that does good, honesty towards yourself leads to better consequences. It is true, you just need to believe it and act on it.
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