Make Your Choices Serve Your Reality

During the course of daily life, we are faced with a series of choices. Each choice comes with its own consequences, some lasting longer than others. Choices made out of fear or desperation will lead you to reacting from your head rather than leading with your heart.

Fear is a useless emotion that will cause you to say and do things you will surely regret. Always have a plan in place to nip fear in the bud when you feel it start to bubble up. This will serve you well.

The distance from your head to your heart is only 16 inches and it will be the longest journey you ever take in your life and the most worthwhile one.

Making choices from your heart creates an opening for your true self to spread its message by example to others. When others see you acting bravely, giving generously, loving deeply, crying openly, lifting another up, and being of service to others it inspires them to make similar choices that lead to worthwhile pursuits.

Worthwhile pursuits include: allowing for the creative dreams inside of you to see the light of day, striving for greatness and learning from failure along the way.

Invest your most precious resource – time! – wisely since you can never get it back.

Love people and use money, not the other way around.

A smile is free yet is gold to the recipient.

Trust yourself beyond a shadow of a doubt always and in all ways, doing so gives you the freedom to flourish at the game called life.

Remember your God-given toolset as you journey along your path: mind body and spirit and use each to its full potential.

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Jaden Sterling is internationally recognized for his speaking and coaching on success, the law of attraction, manifesting and developing one’s Inner GPS.

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Janice Thompson
Janice Thompsonabout a year ago

I do the best I can. After that...

Camilla Vaga
Camilla Vaga1 years ago


Vicki Brooker
Vicki Brooker1 years ago

agreed. i don't think fear is a useless emotion, either. fear alters us to risk: physical, emotional, spiritual. we need to pay attention to our fears, understand them and then work to face them head on. that's how we gain courage and self-confidence and insight, by understanding that it's ok to be afraid, we just can't let fear govern our lives.

Elena T.
Elena Poensgen1 years ago

Thank you :)

Jessica K.
Jessica K.1 years ago

Like Kamia, I don't think fear is a useless emotion. For one, it's an emotion of instinct which can let you know danger might really be lurking (the hair standing on your neck thing). It also might be a sign that your ego is running the show and you need to recheck your motives. Fear is a friend just like any other emotion, and should be welcomed into your spiritual house as suggested by Rumi's The Guest House. Thanks.

Lynn C.
Lynn C.1 years ago


Fi T.
Fi T.1 years ago

Make effective use of chance

Mark H.
Mark H.1 years ago


Carol S.
Carol S.1 years ago

Great message :)

Elena T.
Elena Poensgen1 years ago

Thank you :)