Life Is A Series Of Choices

Everyday, we are faced with numerous choices. We can choose to fear the new and different, or we can choose to challenge ourselves, be uncomfortable with the new and the different and
move forward anyway. We can choose to stay safe or venture out into the unknown.

I was just reading about a “fixed” mindset vs. a “growth” mindset. People with fixed mindsets view life as something to maintain and protect. They keep their heads down, limit mistakes, challenges and failures. How far do you think these people get towards accomplishing their goals and enjoying life?

People with a growth mindset, see each day as a new beginning from which to move forward. They keep their heads up, a sparkle in their eyes and a willingness to constantly challenge themselves, learn new ideas and continually grow.

We have an infinite capacity to expand and explore ourselves mentally, physically and spiritually. I believe we grow to the level of our expectations. What you do you expect from you?


Expect Your Highest Good

When you choose to look at things from a positive perspective, life’s challenges can help you focus, challenge you to work hard and encourage you keep moving forward.

You are capable of anything if you keep you mind open, find new teachers to teach you new lessons, and accept that success and failure are simply
steps along your path.

So, what do you choose? Where will you put your energies today? Will you strive for growth and happiness, or maintain your current status quo? What will make you happier? Do that!


John Chappelear
John is an award-winning author, consultant and speaker, with more than 30 years experience as an executive and entrepreneur. He is recognized internationally as an expert in individual and organizational wellness. His book, The Daily Six, has helped individuals and organizations across the world become more positive and productive. He is the founder of Changing the Focus, LLC which creates and delivers programs that builds positive, powerful, and balanced individuals, and more productive, creative, and profitable organizations.