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The practice of self-control is based primarily on the fact that we can control the outcome of our actions and our thoughts without being aware of the consequences. This is why an effective self-control does not require knowing and having good intentions.
Self-control is also based on three points. Firstly, we are able to control our thoughts and actions. We can not only do this, but we can also choose to do it. In other words, we can control our thoughts and actions even when we don’t know what the consequences of our actions might be.
By following these three points, we can control our thoughts and actions. Secondly, we can control our thoughts and actions. We can choose to control our thoughts and actions. We can choose to be aware of our actions, or we can choose to not be aware of them. Thirdly, our thoughts and actions can be controlled. We can choose to be aware of the consequences of our actions, or we can choose to not be aware of them.
The first two points are all about self-awareness. You can choose to control your thoughts and actions. You can choose to be aware of your thoughts and actions. You can choose not to be aware of your thoughts and actions. This is the third point.
The third point is about “taking action.” We can choose a habitually rational option or an irrational one. The habitually rational option is the option that you’ve been choosing for the last few weeks or month. In a rational world, there is only one option, so if you’ve decided that you’d rather not have a beer on an empty stomach, you’ll make the rational choice of drinking a beer when you’re done.
The irrational one is the option that you have been choosing for the last few weeks or month. The idea is that even though you have been choosing an irrational option, you have not been choosing one of the rational ones either. Youve been choosing a habitually irrational option and it is making you do irrational things. The way your brain works, when it has the choice between two options, it chooses the option that is more likely to lead to a good end.
So youre going to drink your beer when youre finished, right? Wrong. Because your brain has decided that its best to stick with the habit that is doing you harm, and to not leave you feeling the way when you are done.
If you have any idea of how your brain works, you should know that your brain likes to choose paths that lead to good outcomes. It likes to make decisions about what you ought to do, and it likes to make decisions about what to do. It likes to make decisions that you will likely enjoy, and bad decisions about what to do that you may not. So you have options.
The main idea here is that you don’t really have to do anything, you just have to choose to do something. If you like your life to be a bit more manageable, then you can probably do something else.
I find the quote that best sums up this idea is the one the author of this book quotes: “The way you feel about something doesn’t depend on what you do.