Have you ever set a goal you didn’t achieve? Or said no when you really meant yes? Or turned down an opportunity because you knew it would push you out of your comfort zone – and you didn’t know if…
Steve Jobs said he wanted to “put a ding in the universe.” Walt Disney said, “If you can dream it, you can do it”, and Jim Rohn said, “Ideas can be life-changing. Sometimes all you need to open the door…
In a nutshell, self-improvement is about using your time and other resources to nurture your potential so you can create a life you love. It’s about: Building the courage to step out of your comfort zone Cultivating the self-awareness to…
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It’s easy to get so wrapped up in your work, your goals and your obligations to other people that you neglect your own well-being. It can feel selfish or even self-indulgent to make time for yourself. You’re focused on achieving great things, so why waste time with yourself?
However, this is the wrong attitude to have. To achieve external success, you have to start within and learn how to focus on yourself.
Getting sick is one of the biggest productivity killers out there. It’s one thing when you lack motivation the complete your goals — there are strategies you can use to overcome that. But the only thing you can do when you’re sick is to seek medical treatment and wait for your health and wellness to improve. In the process, you can potentially lose days of productive time that you can never get back.
As the old saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. And that’s what we’re going to cover in this article: how to boost your health and wellness so that you keep from getting sick in the first place.
As an entrepreneur, setting goals is what you do. You set goals to grow your revenue by a certain percentage each quarter, goals to meet with a certain number of potential investors each week or goals to write a certain number of words per day.
But while you’re busy setting goals for your business, are you neglecting setting goals for yourself in the process?
In order to be your best self, you need to consider the many dimensions of wellness that contribute to holistic health. We often think of our “wellness” just in terms of physical health. If your body is healthy, then you’re well. But thinking in this way limits you from reaching your full potential as a person.
While your physical health is essential, wellness is about so much more. In fact, there are seven commonly accepted dimensions of wellness in the health community. Let’s explore each dimension and how you can improve on them.
Traditional thinking about health and wellness tends to leave out some of the most important dimensions of physical well-being. You may go to your doctor and they’ll tell you that you need to exercise more and eat better. You agree, and you decide that this will finally be the time you make a big change. You sign up for a gym, read some articles about how to get healthy and buy a bunch of healthy food.
Yet, a few weeks later, you’re back to where you started, or worse.