“The goal is to win. When one has lost too much and too many times, the possibility of winning seems too remote to try. And one loses. He becomes so accustomed to loss that he begins to concentrate on loss instead of forward advance. And he does this quite irrationally. …
“As an individual descends the Tone Scale, he first begins to lose his confidence in trying to reach the further rims of his environment, the further frontiers of his dreams, and becomes conservative. There is not much wrong with cautiousness, but there is something wrong with chronic conservatism. For sometimes it takes a wild charge to win a life.”
“It’s not about what happens. It’s about perspective. I may not be able to change what takes place, but I can always choose to change my thinking.”
Author, Michelle Sedas
Your action for today is to bring a different perspective to an activity or chore that you don’t particularly like doing.