Hardly a minute goes by in our lives when we don’t make a decision. The words we use and how we choose to say them; what to eat and drink; and how to use our time. Each one individually may seem so minor, but collectively, over time, they form who we are.
Julian B. Rotter, one of the most eminent psychologists of the 20th century, developed the locus of control theory. Locus of control is the degree of control people believe they have over the outcome of events in their lives.