“We can’t always choose what happens to us, but we can always choose how we respond. Viktor Frankl, an Austrian psychiatrist who survived two-and-a-half years in Nazi concentration camps, made this case in his bestselling book, Man’s Search for Meaning.
It’s easy to subscribe to this in theory, but what about your specific situation? Are you willing to own it?” via Your Life Is the Sum of Your Choices | Michael Hyatt.
Now, what choices will you make today and are you willing to own them and the power to make them?
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