Spectrum Care’s NEW support option: “Living My Life”
She always wanted to do a job that involved writing, so after studying Classics at Bristol University she started working in magazines. For the last 10 years she's been at The Sun on Sunday's Fabulous magazine, where she is Assistant Editor and also responsible for the title's book reviews.
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Living My Life Service
Tell us what you like, so we can send you books you'll love. Sign up and get a free eBook! Join our mailing list! As I explore and honor what I ultimately want for myself, I find that means breaking some old habits and making life changes.
Those changes may include walking away from friendships and other relationships that no longer support my growth and my goals. Friends and family may resist some of these changes. It takes courage and strength of character to not care what people think, and to create the life I want even if others are judging my actions. Read my story here. Living my best life begins with appreciating the fact that I am alive.
Realizing that life is a gift and every single day is a blessing is the foundation on which I build the life I desire. Appreciating life means respecting myself and my body. My body is my vehicle for this journey. When I give it the fuel and maintenance that it needs, it will perform at its best and take me everywhere I want to go.
Making the right food and lifestyle choices and creating healthy habits is part of living my dream life. I want to have lots of energy every day to enjoy life and achieve my goals. Check out these healthy recipes and smoothie ideas. Choosing actions that nurture self-respect also builds confidence, and confidence is vital to achieving my goals. Being the best I can be also takes some organization.
Top 23 Quotes About Living Life to the Fullest - Matt Morris
Setting goals and living a balanced life is much easier when I take the time to plan things out and write them down. Being the founder and CEO of a fast growth company would seem to be entrepreneurial nirvana. What could possibly be a better example of living life on your own terms? It's your business, you made the rules, you have near infinite latitude with which to do as you want, when you want, how you want. Any entrepreneur will tell you that one of the greatest myths of running your own business is that when you work for yourself you have nobody to account to but yourself.
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Nothing could be further from the truth. You are accountable to everyone; customers, investors, banks, landlords, the government, the IRS, employees, business partners, and let's not forget your family. Everyone wants a piece of you, and they all want the biggest piece. Your life can quickly become everyone's except your own. It looks and feels successful at the time, and you justify the fact that the entirety of your life is dedicated to your business by convincing yourself that you're indispensable to the business and to your employees.
Don't get me wrong. Each of these is critically important. You can't ignore hard metrics and create a successful business. In speaking with hundreds of entrepreneurs over the years I've come to realize that I was far from alone. The truth is that for a good two decades my life really wasn't my own. I didn't.