What You Do Makes a Difference – Choose the Difference You Want to Make
You are responsible for the difference you make, and it starts with the choices you make in your life – big and small. For example, you can decide to wake up an hour early every day to read and reflect on what matters most to you in your life and career. Or you can choose to spend that extra hour sleeping in and going through the motions of your daily routines without much thought about what it all means or how it relates to the rest of your life.
Every decision you make has an impact
At some point in our lives, we all come across tough decisions: whether or not to take that job offer in another country; whether or not to support that candidate running for office; whether or not to break up with our significant other. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.
You can choose what kind of impact you want to make
Do you want to make an impact on society by helping other people? Or maybe you just want to make your own life better? It’s up to you. The world is counting on you, and it’s not too late. In fact, now is the best time. Start now because anything that you do makes a difference in someone else’s life; so choose wisely. Remember: no matter what decision you make, at least one person will be helped by your choice- and that matters!
The decisions you make today will shape your tomorrow
When you’re faced with tough decisions, it can be hard to choose between options that all seem right. But the decisions you make today will shape your tomorrow, so it’s important not only to think about what you want now but also what you want in the future. Whatever decision you make should be something that is meaningful and gives you peace of mind. If things don’t go as planned, don’t be too hard on yourself; we’re always learning and growing from our experiences and mistakes. And if one way doesn’t work out for you, remember that there are many ways to reach your goals–sometimes even better ways than before.
It’s your decision and it’s yours alone, but you should make it wisely. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make. There are so many people in this world who need help, whether it’s advice on their resume or help with their college essay or someone they can talk to when they’re feeling down. They might be too shy or too embarrassed or just don’t know how, but there is always something that needs doing. We could all use somebody who’ll listen every once in awhile, without judgment and without pushing us away. Somebody who’ll believe in us even when we don’t believe in ourselves.