Thursday, January 10, 2019

Seven Ways to Superb Health

1.     Weight Control: Set a comfortable/healthy goal for your weight. Keep in mind your height and your age. As you get older, your metabolism slows down. Eat less and exercise more. Pick exercise that suits your lifestyle. be consistent with it. In some cases, consult your doctor. 
2.     Maintain a proper diet: Eat a variety of foods to receive a full spectrum of nutrients. Eat a lean source of protein that is low in fat >> fish, chicken, high quality beef and pork. Drink lots of water. You need about 1 gallon of water (daily) to flushtoxins from your body.
3.     Exercise: Ideally, this needs to be daily. Research shows that physical exercise increases your physical energy. Investing in regular exercise pays off for a longer (more productive) life.
4.     Rest and relaxation: You need 7-8 hours of sleep to function at your best. In times of stress, you need more. Don't short change yourself. Take one day off from work each week. Discipline yourself to do nothing on your day off. Take mini-vacations as a change in your atmosphere or environment.
5.     Take vitamin and nutritional supplements: These supplements are available from a variety of sources. Do your research. Talk to your doctor about what's best.
6.     Eliminate smoking and alcohol: Both smoking and alcohol contribute to a variety of illnesses and physical problems.
Make  sure to do anything in moderation.

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Thursday, January 3, 2019

A Personal Growth Schedule

In order to achieve all that's possible in your life, you HAVE to be disciplined. Practice these skills until they become automatic. 

1) Set daily goals >> EVERY morning take a couple of minutes to work out your 5 top goals. By writing them down, you'll program them deep into your subconscious mind. Goal writing (daily) will activate your mental powers.

2) Plan and organize >> Before you go to bed, plan out the activities of the coming day (i.e. similar to laying out your clothes/outfit for the night before). Always work from a list. This is one of the most important disciplines of a HIGH performer.

3) Prioritize >> The essence of all time/life management is in your ability to set proper priorities.

4) Concentrate >> Working single-mindedly on the important tasks will contribute to your success.

5) Exercise >> Your health and nutrition is important. Disciplining yourself to eat and exercise regularly will promote the highest levels of health and fitness throughout your life.

6) Learning and Growth >> Your mind IS a muscle. Use it or LOSE it. Continuous learning is a requirement for your personal/professional success.

7) Time for People >> Relationships are EVERYTHING. In fact, GOD made ALL of us to relate and be in relationships with people. Build time for your relationships every day.

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