Success Without Stress
Everything can be taken from a man but one thing; the last of the human freedoms – to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.
Man’s Search for Meaning – Viktor Frankl.
A very considered quote from a psychologist/ psychiatrist and Nazi concentration camp survivor, whose work – Man’s Search for Meaning – set the stage for a method of therapy exploring death, freedom, responsibility and man’s inner conflict which arises from the choices we make, and influences what life means to us. In short – our attitude and response to our given situation.
But before we start to get too far down that rabbit hole – let us consider what the message means in the context of Success Without Stress and your situation.
It is simply that we are ‘free’ to choose our attitude. We can choose our thoughts. We can choose to be stressed or to ease off a bit, and we can choose to point our lives in a different direction. All this in spite of what might be going on around us.
If Viktor could do it in the most extreme case – could you think about adopting a Success without Stress attitude. It could bring you the resilience, freedom and the meaning you seek.
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