…. and this is so correct! My mind takes off on its own.
He wants to write a book about “the most important decision of your life,” which he considers choosing to be happy every day. We are programmed to look for what’s wrong to fend off danger, he says, but instead we should decide that life is too short to live in a “suffering state.” He wants people to tell themselves, “I’m going to find a way to find creativity and gratitude or growth or joy in every moment.”
– Alexandra Wolfe, Tony Robbins Faces His Fears
Source: Ruby Wax Quote – Thank you Steve Layman.