What if happiness didn’t have anything to do with what you had, what you have done, where you’ve been, or who you were, and arose entirely from what you chose to think about, yet nobody knew this?
And what if changing your thoughts, so that you could feel happier more often, would entirely change what you have, what you do, who you are, and where you’re headed, yet nobody knew this either?
Would you agree that, if we told people this they’d choose to think differently?
Of course it is a rhetorical question. The challenge is how to go about doing it. Because too many people never even think about how they think. How can we then expect people to think about changing their thoughts or thinking differently? It is a fact that people do not really know how they make specific choices – people simply do not understand how the process of making choices actually works and why they make specific choices. And it does not end there. How do we get people to make the decision to think differently – if they do not even know how and why they actually make decisions? Well, fact is that you have very little control over your thoughts. But you have absolute control over your attitude. And your attitude is created by your thinking. That is a great power, once you’ve come to realize it. The trick is how to manage your thoughts…..
The WYTIWYG Theory takes up the challenge to explain that What You Think Is What You Get.