Success is not an event, it is a process. Major goals in life are seldom achieved by dabbling or simply wishing.
The ultimate key to weight loss success depends much on how consistently you take action doing what’s right.
How consistently do you eat fruits, grains, nuts, and vegetables?
How consistently do you exercise when you know you should?
How consistently do you get adequate rest daily, weekly, and yearly?
Whenever you embark upon a weight loss journey or any other health goal, ask yourself this important question before starting any program, “Am I prepared to do what’s necessary to be successful at this?”
Once you make up your mind to get healthy for life, lose weight, or improve any area of your health, you must muster the courage to motivate yourself to keep at it. Even when you don’t feel like doing the things you know you need to do and that are good for you.
Surround yourself with family, friends, and colleagues who will help you remain focused and go the distance...
The support of others is also a very important aspect of health. In fact, one study revealed that women suffering from breast cancer who took part in support group sessions once every week survived twice as long as those ladies who did not. According to Erik Peper, Ph.D., Associate Director of the Institute for Holistic Healing Studies at San Francisco State University, "There is overwhelming evidence that people who have few social contacts are more likely to get sick and less likely to recover from an illness."
Social relationships can also have an impact on people who suffer from clinical depression. A research study done by the University of Michigan in 2013 showed that one of the risk factors for becoming depressed is the quality of the relationships people have with one another. Moreover, some unconventional treatments for some cases of clinical depression that have had considerable results have been to spend time with positive people, take care of animals, and to help others in n...
Dr. Dona Cooper-Dockery was recently onThe MonetizeU Show as the guest expert to discuss a topic that needs serious attention and I'm sure it may be of interest to you as well.
For small business owners, professionals, and entrepreneurs of all sorts, balancing life, health, and business can be challenging and is often, in many cases, seen as an illusion.
However, without good health, energy, and a clear mind, we can derail the very success we're seeking and cut short our life work and long-term vision.
Is your business or job making you sick? If you find yourself sitting most of the day, not getting enough rest, exercise or proper nutrition, then grab a note-taking device and be prepared for some great AHA moments!
In this video below, I shared with the audience some strategic insights to balance your quest for achievement, peak performance, and wealth building.