As we go to the next level of our thoughts and actions, we have to make an explicit choice to either notice what’s happening right now or not. When we are stuck in autopilot, we have little choice but to stay stuck. When we choose to notice what is happening, we have the opportunity to stop and think about what we can do differently next time.
The most important part of noticing what is happening right now is to make a conscious decision to change it, so that we can be proactive in our lives more often. We can make a conscious decision to keep our eyes open in the future to see if we can change things for other people. We can change our diet, our actions, and our attitudes. We can do a whole lot more than just make these simple decisions.
In the past, we have been conditioned to believe that we need to do it all on our own. We have become accustomed to not having to look out for ourselves. But it is possible to make small changes in our lives that have a huge impact on other people. We can make a conscious decision to take care of our own health, our own finances, and our own happiness. We can make a conscious decision to not get drunk and then drive drunk.
Now, it’s entirely possible that we’re all living in a culture that has been programmed to believe that we have to do it all on our own and that we have to do it all on our own. But as I argued in my last post, there’s evidence that it’s possible to make more conscious decisions that have a huge impact on other people. It may be possible to find a comfortable way to get us all on the same page about how to live our lives.
Of course, there is a problem with this mentality. If you have a conscious decision to not get drunk, then you have to find ways to convince others that you don’t want to be drunk. And how do you do that? You don’t ask them what they want to do when you’re drunk. You tell them they have to be sober when you get home. This, of course, is not the only way, but it’s a great way.
That’s a good way to get the message across, but it’s not quite enough. I know it’s not an easy thing to do, but it can be done. There are many ways to get the message across than just telling everyone you have to drink to drive. Some ways are more subtle than others, but there are ways. For example, at the core of the problem is addiction to alcohol.
The thing about addiction is that you have to become addicted in order to be addicted. If you say, “I have to drink to drive, I’m not going to fall asleep” what happens to your ability to drive? I could have said, “I have to drink to get drunk, I’m not going to drive.” It’s the same thing.
The problem with this argument is that if you say you have to drink to drive, you have to drive, and if you say you have to drink to drive, you can then be addicted to drinking. What if you say you have to drink to drive so you can get to the party faster, but then say you can drink to drive so you can drive faster, or something similar? You then have to drive but then you don’t have to drink to drive.
That’s why. There is no “drink drive” formula. You can drink to drive, but that doesn’t mean you have to drink to drive.
Another argument is that if you say you have to drive to the party, then you have to drive, and if you say you have to drink to drive, you can then be addicted to drinking. This is incorrect.