My Franklin Makeover for Week 22: Self Control
Self–control, an aspect of inhibitory control, is the ability to control one’s emotions and behavior in the face of temptations and impulses. As an executive function, self–control is a cognitive process that is necessary for regulating one’s behavior in order to achieve goals. (Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia).
Don’t you just love the inspirational information available at the click of a button? I enjoy times when I am researching a subject and come across writings by people, some people I had never heard of, and they absolutely “hit the mark”. These worldly people seem to have the ability to sum up in a few words the essence of an issue, thought or idea. I appreciate their abilities.
Today, I will be the master of my emotions. How will I accomplish this?
By many means, some that we learned only last week. We were challenged to change the way we look at things.
“When we change the way we look at things the things we look at change”.
In week 22, we were gifted with a new little tool box filled with lots of cool tools to use. With practice and a deeper understanding of these tools, we begin to skillfully craft our way through each day like talented artisans. Little by little, we feel and see the rewards of having mastered these skills. How joyous our lives have become.
This week’s Franklin Makeover: Imagination
Have a great week.