Great parents use common sense, paradox, and questions to develop their children.
If every person who considered themselves unhealthy was asked the question below, how do you think they’d respond?
What would happen to your health if you made a radical depart from your current lifestyle and made radically positive lifestyle changes, and stuck with it for the rest of your life?
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Don’t give up, even though it seems like the overwhelmingly logical choice.
The source of our insidiously deep incongruance comes from:
- Mismanaged priorities
- Expecting someone else to change first
We wait and do nothing.
Because we are simply overwhelmed.
As the CEO of You, Inc, it’s your job to be successful.
To think is easy. To act is difficult. To act as one thinks is the most difficult. – Goethe
Do you focus on fundamentals? I mean life’s basic truths? Can you imagine the success you’d achieve if you’d embrace a lifestyle as Goethe suggests?
These are the things that set people on a trajectory for greater peace and contentment. Or not. Put up or shut up.
Walking through the parking lot at Walt Disney World…
It’s a lifestyle. An attitude. A belief.
Just like many other things in life…
“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” – Annie Dillard
This, of course, is what leads us to a midlife crisis in the first place.
We chase crazy dreams and sacrifice many things to get them. Then we get them, and we realize the fulfillment we sought was not contained in our original plan. We are bankrupt in many ways.
In life, we get one, honest-to-goodness second chance to rethink, reprioritize and recommit – our midlife celebration!
By now we all realize that nothing worthwhile is easy.
Which is exactly why I need to, (get to), run this morning. When was the last time you exercised?