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Jan 15, 2020

On this episode of The Wednesday Call, Andy Albright drives deep about choosing what is important in life.

Do you know what your True North is? How do we figure that out?

Are you self-aware? How is your conscience? Do you exercise great independent will? Do you have a strong creative imagination?

All these things matter when it comes to choosing what you do.

Self-awareness: the ability to examine your old ways and the results they are not producing. Are you able to stand apart from your thoughts or feelings, examine them and change them? This is about being your own personal “eye in the sky” that can look down at your thinking and the actions that follow.

Conscience: the ability to choose new paths to your success that are in harmony with the principles of your heart. Do you feel an inner prompting that you should or should not do something you are about to do? This means exercising your own personal moral authority to be a beacon of light for others to follow.

Independent will: the ability to exercise your right to make choices, which create positive change in your life. Can you allow your mood to be a slave to your commitments? This means developing the ability to set and achieve meaningful goals in my life by making and keeping promises to yourself as well as to other people.

Creative imagination: the ability to empower yourself to see beyond the obvious and visualize a deserved life. Do you visualize your life beyond its present reality? This means dreaming of a better tomorrow by looking for new and creative ways to solve problems.

To learn more about this topic, read Stephen Covey’s book “First Things First.”   

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