Commit to What Matters to You
We all know the power of commitment. Think about the last time you committed yourself to something that was significant to you. Was it your family, your health, your job, or learning a new skill? Commitment is energizing because you block out the world, focus your energy, and create meaningful results.
Too many people make a commitment, get the results they want, and then become complacent or back off of their commitment. When this happens, the results you created when you were committed mystically vanish into thin air leaving you wondering what went wrong, what happened, and why did it all come to a stop?
The answer is simple: it is not enough to commit to something that is good for you, you must recommit every day. This daily recommitment makes those areas of your life that are important to you a part of your lifestyle which leads to tremendous fulfillment and lasting results.
Stop wondering what you need to do to get your health back on track. Recommit. Recommit to eating healthy, exercising, getting adjusted on a regular basis and making choices that bring balance to your life. Recommit. Recommit to spending quality time with your family and listening to your spouse or significant other. Recommit. Recommit to the hobbies, passions, and activities that bring you joy. Recommit. Recommit to your job, nurturing your talents and abilities and building your skills.
Commitment is a one-time action. Recommitment, every time you are faced with a choice, is ongoing and is how meaningful lives are built. In addition to recommitting to the things you know you need to do, say no to the things you know are destructive to your health, vitality, and lifestyle. These usually include things like saying no to unhealthy foods, saying no to drugs, or saying no to mindless television and internet surfing.
We see the power of recommitment in our practice every day through the people who have made Lifestyle Care their top priority. Since this type of care is not based on symptoms, people who participate in Lifestyle Care typically feel healthier and younger every day even as they age. They get off the symptomatic roller coaster ride that comes with being committed one day and not staying committed the next.
Enjoy a Healthier, Longer Life
According to the New England Centenarian Study, you are more likely to live an active, healthy, long life if you avoid sickness in the first place. According to the Health Care Hierarchy of The 100 Year Lifestyle, you must make self-care and health care your top priority.
The power of daily recommitment will optimize the expression of your Innate potential for a lifetime. Recommit.
Why would you want to live any other way?
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