Your Reaction Matters

Being responsible for how we react to events that occur in our lives has a significant bearing on the outcome or result we desire.

For example, over the weekend I was meeting up with friends and it was a 2hr drive to get there. Over the course of the 2hr drive I was cut off 3 times and stuck behind a slow truck for 20mins.

The events I had no control over as they happened. However my reaction to these events could have been either of rage = chance of erratic driving on my part...OR being grateful that I was still continuing on my journey to see my friends.

My reaction to an event determined the outcome..... not the event. So next time you are placed in a situation, be conscious that your reaction can influence the outcome.   

Have an awesome week!

Cheers

Paul

www.mentoriscoaching.com

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Paul Farmer