People change and grow. If you’re older than 30, you probably aren’t the same person you were when you were 20. You can become whoever you want when you set goals to do it and put in the time and effort. Before you can discover the hidden you, you have to decide what you want, so you can create goals to achieve. While I am talking about getting fit and living a healthy lifestyle, the ability to change and grow exists in every area of life. You can start the process by getting fit and ready to tackle your goals.
When you want change, start with things you can change.
You may want to be healthier and probably want to look fit. These are things that we specialize and will show you how to make changes to guide you to those goals. Not only does getting fitter by working out regularly and eating healthy make you look great, giving you confidence, the fact you achieved it boosts your confidence, too. Working out builds mental toughness and creating and achieving goals extends to all areas of your life.
Does that healthier, fitter you have a more commanding, calmer personality?
Working out and eating healthy does amazing things for your body, boosts your self-confidence and makes you feel good. It also burns off the hormones created by stress and replaces them with hormones that make you feel calmer and happier. If you don’t burn them off, the changes they make in your body can harm you physically and bring you mental discomfort. You’ll be amazed at how much more relaxed and focused you are after you workout. You’ll be ready tackle goals in other areas of your life.
Even if the inner you is screaming to achieve a mental goal, working out can help.
There’s a reason top executives workout regularly. Not only does it improve their posture and keep them looking confident, it boosts their thinking power. Working out improves memory, cognitive thinking and focus. It lowers the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia as you age. Exercise boosts circulation, so you have nourishing oxygen and nutrient rich blood flowing to your brain. It stimulates the creation of BDNF—brain-derived neurotrophic factor. BDNF causes the building of neurons as it protects the cells of the brain or repairs them.
- You become the master of your fate, but you must believe that’s true. Dedicate yourself to becoming the best you can be. When you control yourself, you control your future.
- You may never achieve perfection as you see it, but you’ll definitely be further ahead of where you were when you strive to achieve it. It’s all about the journey.
- You’ll love all the energy you have after you workout for a while. You’ll get work done faster than you ever did before and have time to achieve more, while also enjoying life.
- People will notice the difference and treat you differently. How people treat you often reflects how you feel about yourself. Good posture makes you look more confident and people treat you like you’re confident.