Choices. We make them every day, and even several times a day. But do we make them fully aware of their consequences? Sad to say, more often than not, our choices are made without a second thought as to their consequences. Especially our little choices.
Yes, it is the little choices that usually have the most serious consequences. How so? Well, little choices add up to big consequences. For example, the choice to eat a chocolate bar every day can add up to several pounds gained in the course of a year. The choice to sleep in every morning instead of getting up to write can add up to several books that you could have written but didn’t.
Choices matter. Not only the big choices, but especially the little ones. As someone I know once said, “It’s the little things in life that are the big things.”
Treat your little choices like big ones, because that is what they really are!
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