As our world turns health conscious, there are more and more individuals with goals to better their health and live a consciously healthier lifestyle. But with what mindset? We all know how to live healthier and we all, to some extent, make efforts in the right direction. Unfortunately, many of us do it blindly, without an end in sight, much less a milestone.
Firstly, it is imperative that you determine what healthy means to you. What is YOUR definition of healthy? Once you have a clear idea of what healthy is, you will be able to set a vision of what you want your health to be by the end of 2018. Are you lighter? Heavier? Have you stopped smoking? Perhaps you have reduced your sugar intake. Or maybe you are able to go up the stairs instead of constantly using the elevator. Maybe you would simply want to be free of pain. Take a moment to really focus on the vision of your health for this year; what you really want to claim as your health status.
Once again, it won’t be happening if you sit on the couch daily with a slice of chocolate cake and ice cream. Some effort will have to be put in on your part. Where it gets easier is that when you take the time to focus on your vision daily, you are more likely to take action towards this highest vision that you have set for yourself. When temptation strikes, and it will, focus on your vision and let that temptation pass.
Are you feeling like the world has you stuck where you are? Are you feeling overwhelmed with having to be everything for everyone? Do you feel like you’ve lost yourself along the way? Your belief systems may be holding you back and keeping you from living the life you want! We can change the beliefs that limit you into beliefs that propel you forward. Expect to get unstuck! Expect to find balance and clarity in your life! Expect to rediscover who you truly are and what your purpose really is! Get back to life! Find out how I can help you take major steps forward by visiting http://maybaydoun.com.
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