What if you woke up one morning with a sense of ease and overall wellbeing? You felt good, your energy was high and your mood was positive. Would you recognize this as success?
Why is it so hard for people to connect the dots between health and performance. Isn’t it obvious? If we live better won’t our life be better in every way? Our work life, home life, relationships, family, etc?
Think about how your ability to perform, lead and grow would change if you lived better. After all, if you don’t have your health, what does anything else matter? And if you don’t have a body, where are you going to live and how will you be successful? Health truly is our greatest asset.
Wealth goes way beyond financial status. True wealth is about the whole being and includes the things money can’t buy. Wealth is about the balance we find from living our truest self and incorporating a lifestyle full of quality sleep, good food, and daily movement. True wealth is having an abundance of the things that mean something to you and give you the feeling of “richness.”
Imagine how much more you could do with the limited time you had if you were energized, focused, and calm from living a healthier lifestyle? Take time to prioritize your health and life will be better in every way. People that exercise every morning and take time to prepare healthy meals don’t have more time than you. They just prioritize their time differently in order to have more energy to do more with the time that they have. We only get one life and we are our own biggest health advocates. Start taking responsibility for your life and watch the magic happen.
These simple tips will give you the energy to do more with the limited time that you have.
Just because your life consists of planes, trains, automobiles and you are constantly on the go, doesn’t mean you have to leave your healthy habits behind. Build a healthy lifestyle that goes where you go. Just because you are on the road for work doesn’t mean that you give up showering or brushing your teeth. Start building a healthy lifestyle by taking small steps that will soon turn into lifelong habits and daily rituals. Avoid long lists of ingredients. Upgrade the quality of everything you are consuming. Choose foods closest to the source. Use your common sense to make choices. If you can’t pronounce a food, it’s probably not real food! If you don’t know why are are following a diet, then it’s probably not something you can follow long-term. If a diet has you giving up healthy nutrient rich ancient grains and eating as much bacon as you want, probably not a good thing either.
You can put this high performing lifestyle together by taking our FREE 21 day challenge! This challenge was designed to teach you how to rest, eat, and move and discover the power of feeling your best. Click the image below to take the challenge!
How do you make your workplace healthier? Do you talk about health and how it directly relates to performance, productivity and engagement?
Contact me to learn more about how you can make your workplace, team, or group healthier and higher performing. Health is the core foundation for optimal performance.