Commit to a simple daily routine that includes getting up every morning at the same time. Getting to bed every night at the same time. Eat breakfast every morning. Drink 3-5 litres of water everyday. Exercise everyday at the same time, if ts is not possible, then commit to exercising no matter what in the 24 hours you have been gifted in your day. Commit to taking 15min before your day starts to engage in BREATHING TRAINING. Find a quite space with no distractions, children,TV or visual disturbances to focus your thoughts, breath and energy on the rhythm and rate of your breath. This is your check-in, ignite and focus time to prepare yourself for your day. Practice emotional control. Remind yourself of 4 key Life Strategies: Be Impeccable with your word-take responsibility for all you do & say. Dont make it personal Assume nothing Engage in everything with enthusiasm and 100% presence. celebritytrainer1.blogspot.com
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"Begun in 1938, the Grant Study of Adult Development charted the physical and emotional health of over 200 men, starting with their undergraduate days. The now-classic ‘Adaptation to Life’ reported on the men’s lives up to age 55 and helped us understand adult maturation. Now George Vaillant follows the men into their nineties, documenting for the first time what it is like to flourish far beyond conventional retirement. Reporting on all aspects of male life, including relationships, politics and religion, coping strategies, and alcohol use (its abuse being by far the greatest disruptor of health and happiness for the study’s subjects), ‘Triumphs of Experience’ shares a number of surprising findings. For example, the people who do well in old age did not necessarily do so well in midlife, and vice versa. While the study confirms that recovery from a lousy childhood is possible, memories of a happy childhood are a lifelong source of strength. Marriages bring much more contentment after age 70, and physical aging after 80 is determined less by heredity than by habits formed prior to age 50. The credit for growing old with grace and vitality, it seems, goes more to ourselves than to our stellar genetic makeup."
Over the years you’ve developed a set of beliefs based on what others have told you. The problem is, many of these people weren’t telling the truth. They were merely repeating the little, seemingly innocent lies someone else once told them. Now, the false beliefs they’ve ingrained in your mind are impeding your potential and holding you back from the life you’re capable of living.
Here are twelve lies you’ve likely heard and the truth that will set you free:
Stress isn't out there -- it's how you respond to stress that determines your experience. Thoughts and words are a critical part of that because they mirror how you interpret what's going on around you.