“Incredible change happens in your life when you decide to take control of what you do have power over, instead of craving control over what you don’t.” ~Unknown As you can see in this chart, apologizing falls in the "What I Can Control" circle, but "Others Forgiving Me" doesn't. "Past Mistakes" is outside the circle, but "Trying Again" is inside. Hang tight to the things you can control! Don't give up!
The circle of control is an effective tool for combating worry, increasing personal and interpersonal effectiveness, and more. In this article, I discuss three circles that concern most people and where they should be spending their time and energy.
We are faced with struggles, so we try to control the uncontrollable, but this brings even more stress. Better to stay in the zone of what we can control - ourselves It was out of my control. The decision on how they would treat me was beyond my control. Have you ever been in that situation? You are at the mercy of other people's judgment of you. We see it all the time in the legal system. The defendant awaits the decision of the judge. Everyone in the courtroom has an opinion, but none of…
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