If you know taking better care of your health is important to you the habits you build upon are essential. Non-negotiable to hold you powerful in the changes.
This year has proven to be a year of great change,especially for the medical community. The underlying issues faced with health are more than sickness, they are dis-ease, where the body mind and emotions are not at ease. Now more than ever a light is …
Resilience is one of my favorite topics. Mostly because of the experiences I’ve learned, grown from and now have as skill sets. Here’s a few pointers I can share with you.
Resilience in today’s growing and changing world is a necessary skill to have. Many of the qualities making up resilience can be developed and strengthened, which can improve your ability to deal with life’s setbacks.
Resilient people understand life is full of challenges. While these challenges arise, resilient people stay open, flexible and willing to adapt to change. Resiliency is developed as one is aware of situations, their own emotional reactions and the behavior of those around them. Awares in these perspectives gives resilient people the opportunity to maintain control of the situation and problem solving/critical thinking, aka, thinking of a new way to tackle the problem.
Here are qualities of Resilient People:
- Sense of control. Resilient people believe their actions have a direct correlation to the outcome. This gives resilient people the capability to know trust and feel they have power in their choices that affect their situation, their ability to cope and their future.
- Problem Solving Skills. When crisis emerges, or challenges appear, resilient people are able to see the solution, put a plan in place and act out, follow through on the plan. Resiliency is the skill to rationality and calmly look at the problem and envision a successful outcome.
- Strong Social Connection. When you’re dealing with a challenge having a strong social network is essential. Talking about the challenges you are facing can be an excellent way to gain perspective, look for new solutions, or simply express your emotions.
- Identifying as a survivor, not a victim. When dealing with any potential crisis, it is essential to view yourself as a survivor or problem solver. Avoid thinking like a victim of circumstance, and escalating problems. Instead, look for those ways to resolve the problem. While the situation may be unavoidable, you can still stay focused on a positive outcome.
- Being able to ask for help. While being resourceful is an important part of resilience, it is also essential to know when to ask for help. During a crisis, people can benefit from the help of psychologists and counselors specially trained to deal with crisis situations. There are many options of resources to help you maintain a sense of focus and presence in times of challenge.
They thought I was crazy. “Who would need or want what you have to offer”, they said. I was determined in my ethics, clear in my feelings and actions. I knew without a shadow of a doubt my head and heart were aligned, in integrity, …
Intellectual Stimulation breaks you free of the glass ceiling you hit up against every time you’re looking for greater gains in health and well being.
Health isn’t an option. Health is an investment.
When it comes to building success, moving forward, growth and sustainability, learning to apply lifestyle skills of mental clarity and emotional strength are the greatest assets you can have. Everything in life is either growing or dying. Nothing stays the same. To be in the realm of growth requires consistent and practical habits of letting go and focus with intention.
Building a life for yourself has you focus on what’s important to you and acting on that. This will challenge boundaries, others ideas and the status quo. You can see, having strong mental focus and emotional strength will be proactive in providing you a solid foundation for success.
Prior systems were set for people to follow, no one questioned emotional and mental health. Now, as generations are choosing to create business, step into personal leadership, guarding, sharpening and building mental focus and emotional strength is key. This also is a breaking down, a shift in current models, empowerment, a release to reinvent, inspire the new.
Breaking free from limiting beliefs, outdated processes and dissatisfied ways of living is a journey. Consistent practices and habits of health, clarity of mind, emotional stability make for a strong powerful human being.
Fitness, Mindset, Emotional Resilience are not options. Supporting your health through practices which evolve and build your strength and power in each area of health, you create a more sustainable, impactful and fruitful way to manage your own life. Learn to take initiative with your own well-being through placing importance of time, money and energy towards your health.
Your health is one of your greatest assets, just like Money. Maintaining quality health, eating clean, mindfulness, exercise are all investments today which keep medical costs down in the future.
The problem most successful people have is their view of work and money “well the money’s good” without any regard for the state of their well being. The fact is right now you can have both.
It begins with your understanding that today, the health you have could be gone tomorrow without the right choices and actions.
Health is more than physical, it’s emotional and mental. While many spend hours working building emotional connections, even intimacy with others gets lost. Emotional connection, intimacy and deep feeling gets lost in the perception of success. I guarantee, emotional connection with another is one of the greatest ways to experiences health and well being.
Did you want to have that relationship with money, or do you want to have that relationship with a warm passionate significant other?
You can have both.
It requires you to put down your belief of money and take a fierce look at your health.
Being able to understand the role and essence of well being in your life asks that you take a moment to assess where you’re at. How do you feel? I’m talking about how do you feel physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Now, Spiritually doesn’t relate …