When making healthy lifestyle changes, most people only consider what foods they should and shouldn’t be eating…
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Diminishing who you are and what you have to share with the world out of fear or judgment has an impact on both your physical and mental health. The physical effects are rarely discussed even though there is a definite correlation that results from increases in adrenaline, blood sugar, and insulin. Listen in to Dr. Cori to learn more….
I learned the phrase “protect your punch bowl” from success coach, Darren Hardy. It immediately resonated with me and I wanted to share it with you. It’s Mardi Gras season here in New Orleans, so there will be many parties and many punch bowls filled with probably more liquors than the creator will admit to. But once you get that perfectly flavored Mardi Gras punch, the last thing you want is for someone to say, “I think it needs more pineapple juice!” And now it’s ruined….
Have you chosen your word for the year yet? Or maybe I should ask, do you plan to choose a word for the year? Personally, I like choosing a word in addition to my goals because the word is usually tied to a feeling, whereas our goals may not be, or let me say the feeling associated with our goals may be harder to identify. I would argue then that you picked the wrong goal if it’s not tied to a feeling, but we’ll save that discussion for another day. Let’s stick to your word for the year.
I recently listened to a livestream where Lakeisha Michelle spoke and she used the words “rescue your future.” This really stuck out to me and I thought it was a super powerful statement.
I like the urgency it conveyed. So often, we are too passive about our desires and goals. We complain about our spouses, but don’t take a look at our own behavior to see how we might be contributing to the problem. We complain about our jobs, but don’t make the effort to find a job we do enjoy. We complain about our weight, but eat doughnuts and french fries…
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