Choice Theory offers us the opportunity of knowing which habits can harm or hurt us as well as the habits that can help to nurture our relationships so we lead healthier, happier lives. This is based on the following seven habits, just one of the tools provides and that can empower you both in business and in life. 

ACCEPTING: Opening up to others in being amenable.
ENCOURAGING: Demonstrating confidence in the capabilities of others through positive words or statements. 
LISTENING: Restating in other words what the other person is saying. 
SUPPORTING: Helping others in their endeavours.
RESPECTING: Treating others as you would like to be treated. 
TRUSTING : Showing that you hold a belief about a person’s honesty or sincerity. 
NEGOTIATING DIFFERENCES: Recognizing that we all see things differently and that being able to get along is better than being right.

While Choice Theory can guide you in getting along better with the people around you, it can also promote greater self-knowledge, and help you to be more in control of your life. It encourages you to see that your motivation is not something from what is external to you, but it is within you. Knowing and understanding Choice Theory can help you make more effective choices for yourself and enable you to lead a much happier life.  

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