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The following is from One Choice by Mac Anderson. Think about this for a moment…one choice, just one, can change your life forever. Simply put, your life today is what your choices have made it, but with new choices, you can change directions this very moment. For me, that idea alone is highly motivational because it offers tremendous hope, regardless of circumstances, for a better tomorrow.

Your life-changing choice may be to switch careers, to leave an abusive relationship, to go back to school, to stop drinking, to adopt a child, to start a business, to manage your weight, to start a charity…to name a few. If you have the courage to do so, you could make any one of those choices, or others, today. And you would change your life.

Sometimes it’s a different kind of choice. It can be to not quit, to not give up in the face of adversity. We’ve all been there.

Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen received 77 rejections for their idea Chicken Soup for the Soul. They had to make a decision each time…should they throw in the towel and say enough is enough, or should they keep trying to pursue their dreams? You know the rest of the story. The 78th publisher said “Yes” and they went on to sell over 100 million books.

In One Choice, you’ll meet many people who made life-changing choices. And their inspirational stories could inspire you to do the same! Here’s a small sampling of what the stories are about:

  • Choose Your Career Passion
  • Choose to Take Back Your Life
  • Choose Financial Freedom
  • Choose to Start a New Business
  • Choose to Change Your Environment
  • Choose to Simplify Your Life
  • Choose to Take a Chance
  • And Many Others!

Never forget…You’re always One Choice away from changing your life.

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Reprinted by permission of Simple Truths (c) 2011. In order to protect the rights of the copyright holder, no portion of this publication may be reproduced without prior written consent. All rights reserved.

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