As demanding as life can get, no wonder there isn’t much time to take care of ourselves. It is far too easy to get caught up in the daily routine to spend much time on what it means to live a healthy, meaningful life. In our 30s, 40s, 50s, and beyond, we become less invincible
The core of all faith stems from the deeply rooted conviction and heartfelt expectation of better things to come. Fueled by our belief in someone, something, or a higher power such as God, faith is the pathway to realizing our true potential. It promotes from within us a “can do” attitude and diminishes the stress,
Successful thinking is a mindset that enables us to reach our full potential. It provides us with the mental discipline to create and achieve positive outcomes. By tapping into the essentials of well-defined and controlled thinking, we can learn to determine and implement actions that will enhance our professional and personal lives. How we think
Hundreds of fad diets, weight-loss programs and outright scams promise quick and easy weight loss. However, the foundation of successful weight loss remains a healthy, calorie-controlled diet combined with increased physical activity. For successful, long-term weight loss, you must make permanent changes in your lifestyle and health habits. How do you make those permanent changes?
In today’s world, it can be easy to run through the maze of life without pausing to think of its meaning. Even after retirement, we can often get too busy to press the pause button and really take inventory of our actions. Does what I’m doing matter? More importantly, does it matter to me? Feeling that
A sideline view of life can provide us with a sense of complacency – a chance to watch rather than act. While it may be a good place to kick back as a spectator, it is an impossible place to achieve a productive and rewarding life. The key to self-improvement and realizing our dreams is
Living a productive and meaningful life is a balancing act. With the pressures of today’s demanding and high paced world, most people struggle to find a reasonable balance. We can easily be drawn away from our priorities when one aspect of our life consumes the bulk of our time. To a large extent, it is
One way to live purposefully is to live with a mission. Many businesses and organizations use mission statements to guide them in making decisions, and many individuals do, too. The philosophy underlying a mission statement makes sense: How do you know when you’ve arrived if you don’t know where you’re going? Your Mission in Life