Post #101. How to Shape Our Destiny With Less Stress & More Certainty

“It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.”
– Tony Robbins



Hope you’re doing great.

Being focused… Being kind… Staying true.

Hope you’re focusing on what matters most in your life…

Life’s too short to focus on anything else…

But I must admit, many times it’s difficult to see clearly on your inner compass… which is the right decision, what direction to go towards…?

Anyway, what is a right decision?

I would say: A “right decision” a decision we’re proud of having made. 

What kind of decisions are we proud of? And how do we know what that decision looks like?


1. So, what are the decisions? 

Write down the different decisions you have infront of you on a piece of paper, the different roads you could take.

2. What does it entail? What will it look like down the road?  
Now, focus on one decision at a time, and see yourself having taken the path and gone through what it means to take that decision.

3. Are you proud of the decision? 
Now, imagine it’s a week after you’ve made the decision and you have a meeting with a person you look up to very much. It could be someone you know, or a hero you have. And imagine they are sitting across you and looking at you… They ask you some sincere questions:
a) Honestly, do you believe this was the right thing to do?
b) If yes, then WHY?
c) If no, then WHY NOT?

I choose Robin Sharma. You’re choice might be Jesus, God, Gandhi, Mandela or your good old grandfather, or your highest, most moral self.


Now, you should have some more clarity on what decision you will be proud of.

When you have done this exercise many times, in times of uncertainty, it will go smoother and you will be more clear.

Let me know of how it works or if you have any questions. 🙂


“It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.”

– Tony Robbins

Reading this again feels different doesn’t it?

First you’ve might felt a big stressed over the word “destiny”…

But now, when we know how to be clear, real & sure in these “moment of decision”, we feel empowered by the quote.

With love,
Daniel Galovan  

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