Decision or Choice?

A great distinction was recently revealed to me by my Coach regarding Decisions versus Choices.  Basically, a Decision is when we have supporting information, justification or even defensiveness about our Decision.

On the other hand, a Choice needs none of that.  The powerful thing to note here is that the Choice doesn’t have to be defended or justified, it simply is.  The example was eating a chocolate bar.  The Decision would have us saying it’s a reward or it isn’t something that we do all the time. Choice would simply declare:  “I’m eating a chocolate bar.”  Which has greater power?

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