in what matters do you want to improve?
Nevertheless, I write a few ideas:
To live your life and at your end, because no one leaves our mothership Earth alive, to look back well, you need your values!
What are your values?It’s the guardrails of your life.
How to find them:
You are invited to your own funeral and should now write 4 tombs.
- what should your partner at your grave say about you?
- what do your child say?
- what should the best friend say?
- what should work colleagues say?
If you answer these questions honestly for you, then you are already quite far.
In the evening you wonder if you have lived the day according to the values.If not, what do you need to improve tomorrow?
- Have a big zel, a vision, have a clear focus on what you want in life.
Otherwise, you’re just drifting around and you’re saying to somebody: Is that?
- Eat healthily!
why? Your diet is the fuel for your body. If you just fill crap at the top, your power and energy isn’t very much. You wouldn’t offer a high-performance engine a nasty fuel if the engine is supposed to work long and well, wouldn’t it?
There don’t have to be long sessions on the running track, no hours in the gym. There are great full-body exercises that will get you fit quickly. Sport promotes your energy level, your willpower and discipline as well as your self-confidence.
Bronnie Ware has written a great book about this: Insights that will change your life: Amazon.de: Bronnie Ware, Wibke Kuhn: Books . It’s about what the dying regret the most.Among other things, they wished they had spent more time with the above-mentioned people.
I get up at 4:45, at 4:50 I meditate for about 10 minutes. 20 minutes of exercise, then shower. This is followed by 20 minutes of reading time, during which I read books that are relevant to me (e.g. finances, biographies…)
Biographies of successful people, books on finances. A great book is by Tony Robbins: Money: The 7 Easy Steps to Financial Freedom.But not only do you read, but also apply your knowledge.
If you always stay in your comfort zone, you will not get any further. A great quote: “The biggest mistake you can make in life is to always be afraid to make a mistake.” (D. Boenhoffer)
You are the average of the 5 people with whom you spend the most time (supplement of mine: which are also important to you at the same time).
Focus on the people who inspire you, who support you, not those who annoy or drag you down.
Do they replace you with human, personal contacts? Consider whether you need to use the income-destroying machine (TV) so often.
A very great book on this subject is the book: Laws of the Winners:
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