Category Archives: Personal development

Embrace AND! in your way of living.

A good acronym might be..  Abundant  natural  decisions

Activity N___ 🙂  determination.
But I was mainly saying, try to do a little bit of both things you enjoy.

When faced with two options, pick the better one.. For you

In a discussion with my own life coach, we came to a talk about two opposing choices, and he said something that’s clear as day in retrospect..

When faced with two options, pick the better one.. For you

We all have choices to make in life, why not pick better one? Or there’s the route to take from the Stephen Covey series, The Third Alternative.. Maybe a blend of both ideas, or something completely different and even better fitting for you, right now at this time in your life’s path.

Multitasking involving fitness

Something from which we can all benefit!

Some examples of what I’ve implemented that others may like as a template:

When sitting, Lifting legs straight out and holding for 1-5 mins at work meetings

Stretching during longer conversions

Holding weights or doing a muscular fitting set when waiting a minute or 2 for some computer task to finish

When ‘all things in moderation’ get away on you.. let it create motivation

The world is filled with advocates of “all things in moderation”, and at times, rightly so – given the fact we all have different desires in life and don’t want to always go on a rigid direct path to success.  Being stern like that can actually strip out a lot of fun out of life too – yet at the same time, if you find yourself enjoying being rigid and 100% on course, continue to do that too.  It’s all about what fits best for you at this time in your life.  And that can change over time as well.  It’s ok 🙂

Enjoy your life and the people in it.

“Things don’t and won’t go to plan”

It’s something I’ve feared and still do from time to time and even said it to past managers, yet the uplifting part is that when they don’t, and you have an alternative, it goes even better!

Not that planning is unnecessary, it definitely is for great starting points in life.

What’s been better for you?