Occasionally when I speak to a group, or someone reads something I’ve written, the hallelujah choir descends from the heavens in a blinding flash of insight for that person! Of course, I always love it whenever that happens. Equally as important (but less dramatic) is when someone’s current thinking or approach is reinforced and encouraged to continue by something I’ve said or written.
Tabitha Rubin came across an excerpt from my book, The Leader’s Digest: Timeless Principles for Team and Organization Success, on our web site. Here is the article’s description and link followed by Tabitha’s e-mail:
Accept What Can’t Be Changed and Change What Can Be
Accepting responsibility for choices starts with understanding where our choices lie. We may not choose what happens to us, but we do choose how to respond – or not.
- What an AWESOME article!!!! I have just recently learned how to let go of things that are beyond my control or beyond my boundaries. It is a hard pill to swallow sometimes. I am still trying to learn how keep things from getting under my skin and reacting to things that are not important. This article is confirmation that I am doing something right for a change!
Your article breaks down the Serenity Prayer and gives it a whole new light… thank you for your wonderful insight!
Tabitha Rubin, Business Office Manager, Central Florida Internists, Inc.