“The greatest power that a person possesses is the power to choose.” — J. Martin Kohe
You have the power to choose how you look at your day regardless of your circumstances.
"Have to go to work?" Millions of unemployed people would be grateful to have a job.
"Have to grocery shop and cook dinner for the family?" How fortunate you are to have money to shop and to have a family to cook for.
"Have to carpool kids all afternoon?" There are many people that would like to have children of their own but can not who would love to get to drive around a loud carload of kids.
"Have to sit on the side-lines with an injury?" Embrace the opportunity work on other skills related to your sport that you otherwise did not have the time for.
Choose to see the opportunity in the situations. Carpool? A chance to learn what is going on in your teenagers day. Cleaning up the garage? Find the lost shoe your have been searching for. Long line at the grocery store check out? A opportunity to catch up with a neighbor you haven't seen in months.
Look for the good. It is everywhere. Post your favorite "get tos" to comments.
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