Hey, I don’t want to take up your much needed R&R Sunday time so I’ll be as quick as I can…
It is a sunny day.
You are in your garden, tending to your flower bed
Gardening is more than just a hobby, it is a reminder of the innocence of your childhood, when there was time to enjoy life, to do things slowly — when you had no cares in the world.
But now you are much older — 70 years old, in fact.
You’ve worked long and hard.
You’ve helped raise a family, but you missed out on many special moments with your family because of your career.
You sacrificed. You did work that now seems meaningless. You wish you could go back and trade that work for living. But you can’t.
And so here you are today, trying to play catch-up with your family, and trying to recapture your youth and to make up for lost time.
The stress and demands of work caused you to gain weight over the years, and today you struggle under the hot sun.
You move slowly. Your breath is labored. Simple work, like gardening, takes much out of you.
The sun is getting hotter as it rises higher in the sky making this work ever harder.
Damn, your belly gets in the way every time you bend over …
Your future doesn’t have to be that way.
I know, I know. It does seem a bit doom and gloom doesn’t it but time waits for no man – or woman
I know that’s not how you want to spend your future
So here’s how you can change it.
It starts with creating a clear vision for your life and your family’s future.
When you have a clear vision for what you want, you can find a better path to get there than one that involves so much sacrifice.
Virtually everything we do is to change the way we feel yet too many of us leave ourselves at the mercy of outside events over which we may have no control, failing to take charge of our emotions—over which we have all the control—and relying instead on short-term quick fixes. I believe that one of life’s major lessons is learning to understand what makes us do what we do.
What shapes our behaviour?
Any time you sincerely want to make a change, the first thing you must do is to raise your standards.
When people ask me what really changed my life eight years ago, I tell them that absolutely the most important thing was changing what I demanded of myself. I wrote down all the things I would no longer accept in my life, all the things I would no longer tolerate, and all the things that I aspired to becoming.
Everything begins with the simple step of changing YOU
To quote 17th century physician Thomas Moffett, we are “digging our graves with our teeth” as we cram our bodies with high-fat, nutritionally empty foods, poison our systems with cigarettes, alcohol, and drugs, and sit vegetating in front of our TV’s.
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