After a months worth of content, you have a great idea of what it takes to BECOME a healthy leader. You need to make sure you’re exercising regularly, taking care of your mind, and tending to your soul.
These three areas are vital to the health of you and your ability to lead. But what are the long-term effects of paying attention to your health? There are plenty. And you need to know them to motivate you to maintain your healthy lifestyle.
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Let’s take a look at the long-term effects of paying attention to your health today. It matters more than you can believe and impacts your leadership greater than you thought.
The Long-Term Effects Of Paying Attention To Your Health
When you think of the effects of your health, you probably think of the immediate payoffs. You think about the 10 pounds you shred doing the P90X workout or how you can run a 5K when walking to the street corner winded you. Read more...
Your road to health and wellness isn’t one without its bumps. Afterall, you have a lifetime of unhealthy habits to recover from.
Whether you’re like me and you love to overeat and binge on junk food while watching Netflix or you just fail to exercise, your unhealthy habits will hinder you. You need to be aware of what your unhealthy habits are and how you can recover from them.
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By indulging in unhealthy habits, you put yourself in a position to have an unhealthy life. Your energy is zapped. You feel like lounging around the house rather than be active. And you begin to hate the way your body looks and feels.
The good news is you can change this. You can get rid of the unhealthy habits that are destroying your life and zapping the energy you need to lead well. Let’s take a look at some unhealthy habits you need to get rid of and how to recover from those unhealthy habits. Read more...
You’ve created healthy habits. You’re beginning to feel the positive impacts of the newly formed habits. But you’ve hit a roadblock.
The healthy habits you’ve created as a leader are becoming harder and harder to stick to. You’ve discovered they’re taking up more of your time than you anticipated.
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Maybe you’re thinking of giving up on the habits that are making you healthier. Or maybe you’re thinking of slacking off and skipping valuable exercise or eating healthy foods.
You wouldn’t be alone. It’s easy to slack off on healthy habits. They can take a lot of time out of your day. However, let me encourage you to keep those healthy habits. They’re changing your life and leadership for the better.
But what can you do to stick to the healthy habits you’ve created? Let’s take a look at a couple of ways you can do this. Read more...
Becoming a healthy leader takes work. You have to create healthy habits that will stick with you for extended periods of time.
These habits will help keep you on track for success. They’ll remind you of what you need to do, even when you don’t want to do the healthy thing.
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But how do you create healthy habits that will help you become a healthy leader? We’re going to look at it in this article.
How To Create Healthy Habits As A Leader
Healthy habits are the cornerstone of a healthy lifestyle. Once you’ve replaced your unhealthy habits with healthy habits, staying healthy becomes a lot easier.
But overcoming those unhealthy habits can be tough. The old, unhealthy habits want you to do the wrong thing. They want you to overeat or quit exercising. So, what can you do about the unhealthy habits? Read more...
With everything on a leader’s plate, staying healthy as a leader sometimes falls by the wayside. Thoughts of “How do I fit exercise into my daily routine” to “I can’t do a lot of exercises because I’m not in shape” fill your mind. You’re lost on where to start and where to go when you’re looking to become healthy.
The physical strength needed to get started exercising can seem overwhelming. The time it takes to maintain your physical health. And the repetition… These can all get to you as you begin your healthy leader journey.
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Yet you can do it. I know you can because I’ve done it. I want to share with you a few of the things I do to stay healthy as a leader.
If you begin to implement and adapt my healthy strategies, you will find yourself becoming healthier and better able to take on the day. Read more...