Every choice matters.
Every time, all the time, every choice matters, all of them.
Choices are how you got to be you, they are critical, and if you look back on the many decisions that have lead you to where you are, you realize the power of choices and the end results and the power of the choices you have a made in your life.
They were choices that you made.
The food that you eat that makes your body run the way it does matters, and what you choose to eat affects who you are and what you can do.
The books you read make you aware of all the possible choices there are to be human, and by what you choose to read, you choose who you are.
The activities, the exercises you do or don’t do are important, and it decides what kind of life you will lead.
We are social beings, often reflections and combinations of those around us, and who you choose as your friends make you what you are.
Where you are, how you live, always matters.
What you are doing this second, each second, always matters.
Make each choice consciously; make it real, deliberate, and true. Make it what you what it to be.
Make sure what you choose is what you know is right and not what was convenient or easy.
Make your own choices; don’t let others make your choices for you, and remember that to make no choice is make a mistake, because your choices matter.
You are never too young or old or too poor or too rich, to make your world better through better choices.
When you make your life better, you make your corner of the world better, and if a small part of the world is made better, ultimately, the world is better for the choice.
“We all are learning, modifying, or destroying ideas all the time. Rapid destruction of your ideas when the time is right is one of the most valuable qualities you can acquire. You must force yourself to consider arguments on the other side.
— Charles T. Munger”
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