What does choice have to do with timeshare fraud? More specifically, what does choice have to do with timeshare fraud once you’ve been duped? If you are the victim of timeshare fraud, it may feel like you have no choice now but to deal with your timeshare problems forever. In an article on PsychologyToday.com, Dr. Kurt A. Carlson discusses the power of choice. If you’ve been taken advantage of by a timeshare company, you have the choice to seek help with your timeshare problems. You can contact Wesley Financial. Chuck McDowell and our team can help you rise out of your timeshare fraud woes.

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Carlson starts, “In a moment, I am going to tell you one of the few universal truths I believe. It is the most powerful and useful universal truth of which I am aware because it highlights the way to personal success. But before we get to that, you should know that as a data guy, I am often the most skeptical person in the room. To give data the weight it deserves, I try to check my opinions and preferences at the door. In fact, the only quote above my desk includes the phrase, ‘What one likes and what one dislikes is the disease of the mind.’” (Carlson, 2014). Here, Carlson prefaces his discussion on choice.

Carlson continues to set up his discussion on choices by exploring universal truths. He states, “It is this commitment to data (not to theory or faith) that makes me so skeptical of many so-called universal truths. Most turn out to be wildly false when tested against the data. And believing in a universal truth can be damaging, as it discourages one from embracing data that contradict it. To avoid this trap, I tell my students that if they ever encounter a statement including always, never, every, or only, it is almost certainly wrong because most truths are conditional. For example, people find a harder task more interesting only if the task provides an intrinsic reward for completion and only if they have enough time to complete the task. Don’t get me wrong. I understand the appeal of universal truths. I like the idea of wrapping myself in their security, simplicity, and smugness as much as the next person. And I would love to find a magical chest full of universal truths buried in my backyard. Unfortunately, after 45 years of looking, I’ve only discovered a handful I believe are worth sharing.” (Carlson, 2014).

Getting help with the choice

Most certainly, Carlson makes an interesting point on universal truths. But, what about choices and timeshare fraud? You may be wondering how you can get help from Wesley Financial, Chuck McDowell, and our team. All you have to do is make the choice to call our offices and speak with a member of our team about your timeshare woes.

The article further examines what Carlson states is a universal truth. Carlson first mentions a few: “…Everything breaks down over time. Everything is relative. And: Theory and preference are enemies of data. However, the one universal truth that, to me, seems most provocative, useful, and unconditional is this: The only way to realize positive change in your life is by making choices. That’s right….How can this be? The key is recognizing that we make many more choices than we realize, or that we are willing to acknowledge.” (Carlson, 2014). Now, this is called a universal truth because it is applicable to everyone. This includes victims of timeshare fraud. If you are the victim of timeshare fraud, you have the choice to reach out to Wesley Financial. Chuck McDowell and our team can be there to assist you with your timeshare fraud problems. The question is whether you will let us.

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Do You Have a Choice?

Carlson continues to expound on the idea of choice. He states, “We choose to watch scary movies. We choose to befriend people with good (or bad) habits. We choose to shake our dad’s hand instead of hugging him. We choose to go to school. We choose to watch the evening news. We choose to live in the suburbs. We choose to commute a long distance. We choose to get married. We choose to have children. We choose. We choose. We choose.” (Carlson, 2014).

We do choose a lot. If you are the victim of timeshare fraud, you still have choices just like everyone else. You can choose to get help with your timeshare fraud problems by reaching out to Wesley Financial. Chuck McDowell and our team will discuss your options with you. You still have choices even if you have been duped! You can do something about timeshare fraud with Wesley Financial.

Habits vs. choices

Carlson explains choices further, “Some choices we make that don’t seem like choices at all. These generally fall into two categories: habits and normative behaviors. Habits are choices that we make so regularly that over time they demand less and less executive control. As a consequence, they start to seem automatic. But they aren’t. When it comes to bad habits, we may even be motivated to cede control to automaticity. That is, we may tell ourselves that the choice was made long ago and that we are now at the mercy of the automaticity that has emerged in its wake. An example: Riding the elevator instead of taking the stairs. After years of riding the elevator to his office on the third floor, a middle-aged man may find it nearly impossible to drag his body to the stairwell. His body seems to almost pull him to the elevator button instead. But the sooner the man acknowledges that he is choosing to take the elevator, the sooner he can begin looking for tricks to help him choose the stairs over the elevator—tricks like seeing if he can make it to the first, second, or third floor without breathing heavily.” (Carlson, 2014).

Carlson’s statement is very powerful. It applies to everyone, including those who have been taken for a ride by a timeshare company. If you are one of those who was taken for a ride, you still have options. With the help of Wesley Financial, Chuck McDowell and our team can help you beat timeshare fraud. Contact us to see about canceling your timeshare contract if you have been duped by a timeshare company.

Carlson continues, “Yes, we pretty much always have a choice. Even when it comes to norms that feel impenetrably strong, where no choice seems to exist, there is always a choice. You can choose to cut the brand labels off your clothing. You can choose to drop out of school and start a company. You can choose to ask a co-worker for help with something you take great pride in being good at. You can choose to tell your mother you don’t like her habits. You can choose to hug your father instead of shaking his hand. You can choose to allow someone else to feel strong in your presence.” (Carlson, 2014). As Carlson emphasizes, life is full of choices. Even though it may seem otherwise, you have a choice when it comes to dealing with timeshare fraud.

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Lastly, Carlson concludes, “Sartre said, ‘We are condemned to be free.’ My take on this is that if we have free will and choice, then we must accept ownership for the choices we do or do not make. Our freedom to choose is what makes us responsible for who we are, and thus, we are condemned to be responsible for who we are. We are condemned to choose. If we decide not to choose, that too is a choice. If we relegate the raising of our children to the role models of the day, that is a choice as well. We cannot have free will without owning our choices. And as a person who has free will, the only way to realize positive change in your life is by making choices.” (Carlson, 2014).

If you or someone you know has been taken advantage of by a timeshare company, you have the choice to get help from Wesley Financial. Chuck McDowell and our team would be glad to help you out of any problems that you may have that stem from timeshare fraud. Don’t hesitate to contact our offices today. Make the choice to get help with your timeshare fraud problems.

Carlson, Ph.D., Kurt A. (March 13, 2014).The Only Way to Make Positive Change in Your Life.
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https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-origin-choices/201403/the-only-way-make-positive-change-in-your-life