Health & Wellness Series Part II
I hope you enjoyed Part 1 in the Wellness Series where I talked about really finding the cause of overeating to prevent becoming unhappy with your physical appearance.
In Part 2 I want to talk about planning. Planning to include YOU in your schedule.
So what do I mean about Planning to include YOU in your schedule? Well think about it this way. On a typical day you schedule out your day on what are the most important things you want to accomplish.
You usually have at least 3 or 4 things that take a lot of your time and energy. The rest is spent with emails, small talk on the phone or with friends, browsing the web, watching tv.
Do you see where I’m going with this? So many people forget one of the most important things they should accomplish on each day. Taking care of themselves, their health, their nutrition, etc.. In other words, scheduling within their busy schedules their most valuable property – their body, mind and overall health.
This is the egg before the chicken dilemma. Most people think, “well I don’t have time to exercise so I’m going to work my ass off to accomplish these goals today.” But what if they thought this…
If I exercise and eat well, my body and brain will work much more efficiently and quickly. In turn, I get my work done quicker and I feel better about myself at the end of the day.
Did that statement resonate at all? I made the sentence above bold because this is something that not even the Queen of talk shows fully understands. If you exercise and eat healthier you accomplish more. The more you accomplish the better you feel about yourself.
So make this a non-negotiable part in your life. By this I mean, schedule it in your day as if it were an extremely important meeting like a Job interview. You wouldn’t just put that off if your day was busy would you? So why would you put off your health?
I’m not going to go on and on about this topic anymore…I honestly feel it’s something that you need to discover for yourself. It’s not something that I can force on you, but rather something you need really self realize, and I truly believe that you know it already deep down.
Even if you have some kind of chronic pain, ailment or whatever, consult with a physician, physiotherapist or certified personal trainer so you can find the exercise that is right for you.
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