Locus of control is not a new concept. Since we’re leaning toward more mind, body connection, it’s fun to explore why you think and do certain things the same way when you desire another outcome. The concept was developed by Julian B. Rotter in 1954, and has since become an aspect of personality psychology. Since the pandemic, how have you coped with life and loss? Our locus of control says a lot about how we view our role in the world . When you believe you have the power to control your own destiny and determine your own direction, you have a strong internal locus of control. Locus of control can become very mathematical because it uses geometry.
Depending on how society treated you as a child, molds your future perceptions. But knowing you can overcome detrimental situations takes internal and external alignment. Locus of control is an individual’s belief system regarding the causes of his or her experiences and the factors to which that person attributes. Before 2022 arrives, what would you like to shift, change or alter? Sometimes it takes a complete stranger to tell us we can achieve not accomplish something, but it’s up to us to stay the course of our goals no matter what. Let me be the first to say that, you can do anything you set your mind to accomplish. Now go get it, and have some fun exploring your psyche.