While reflecting on the fast paced world we live in today, we have become increasingly aware of the importance of health in all areas of life; be it mental, emotional, spiritual, relational, financial or physical wellbeing. We believe holistic wellbeing is at the core of becoming highly successful in any arena. Furthermore, the momentum gained from developing success and discipline in one area of life commonly feeds into other areas too. A healthy mind leads to a healthy life. Disciplined habits and healthy attitudes regarding physical wellbeing tend to flow into creating discipline and a great attitude in other areas of life as well.
Much of this comes down to the level of discipline we apply to our daily habits. Consistency and incremental improvement creates momentum, which is where the power of compounding takes effect. As confronting as this may be to hear, we truly are the product of our past choices to date. So instead of focusing on what we want now, we strive to make great long-term choices in the present so we can reap the rewards in the future.
Just as a sports team relies on a coach to see the bigger picture so that they can reach their potential, we too see value in seeking perspective from an objective party who has the knowledge required to guide and help us navigate the highs and lows of life. By viewing life through a long term lens, objectivity also provides invaluable insight when we find ourselves making big decisions at key crossroads in our lives. This enables us to remain on track toward achieving our objectives in life.
Another key ingredient to holistic wellbeing, in our opinion, is developing a hunger to better oneself though the study and application of self development resources, such as books and podcasts. In every facet of life, there is always a new level of capacity to reach in order to become the best possible version of ourselves, so we chase that daily.
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