Our health, physical, mental and spiritual, has a big influence on our fulfilment and enables us to feel good, to live the life we want, for as long as possible. But sometimes it’s not until our health fails, or delivers a crisis, that we really appreciate what’s at stake and give our health the respect it deserves. Good health gives us choices for life. I think that no one would dispute that health should be the number one priority.
While many agree health is important, their actions towards living a healthy life are below par. So why do many make lifestyle choices that don’t support good health? Sitting with clients we complete a thorough assessment to establish their fulfilment rating across all areas of their life. Health is most often an area that is drained, and with further analysis, which sabotages other areas like wealth and relationships. At first glance poor health may seem due to poor nutrition, bad habits, not enough exercise, too much stress or not enough sleep. We state common reasons for poor choices being “too busy”, “no time”, and “not enough energy” to take action towards good health.
But by going deeper and discovering what lies beneath these poor choices — why we make the choices we do — we can begin to turn our health into the number one priority for life. Like any priority it needs action before everything else leaves us with “no time”.
Maintaining good health as a number one priority is a big and important responsibility — one that gives choices for life.
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