The CEO Of Your Life

I’ve been all about this topic ever since I recently hit a milestone age.  I literally had to take stock and look at my overall health and start to invest in it.  I think we all can agree that as we get older, we tend to slow down or become too complacent with our daily routines.  It really doesn’t have to be that way and there are so many small changes you can make that can make such a HUGE difference in your overall health.

I would say that your health is a business or a company or even stock you want to invest in.  It’s something that is going to be around for a lifetime and has potential for longevity.  Your platform, so to speak!  Something that you would invest in that you can get a solid return back on.  Devote some quality time in putting in THE WORK!  Build your foundation and get your doctor recommended 60 to 90 minutes of exercise a day.  Set yourself a schedule.  Be your own boss.  Create a design that is right for you where you can get that allotted amount of time you need.  The return on it would be a stronger cardiovascular system and just an overall appearance in your attitude, energy and weight and most importantly, YOUR LIFE!

The CEO Of Your Life

It also helps to get others to join you in your “company” and become partners!  With the determination and the drive of everyone involved, your stock in your company can elevate.  You health becomes valuable and moreso, your health starts to become priceless.  Also, in the scheme of things, there are those who become your partner that can also dissuade you from your goal.  Those are the ones that you need to demote and send packing.  Meaning their vision has changed and it’s not to the game plan you set out for in the beginning leaving you wondering where did things go wrong on the journey.

Motivational Workout (2)

Remember, YOU are the CEO!  Only you can grow your “company”!  The reward will be the most precious thing that no one can take away from you and that is YOUR LIFE.


5 thoughts on “The CEO Of Your Life

  1. I love this reference!! I have been having such a hard time lately getting up and getting my workout in before work…I need to take myself as seriously as I take my job!!! Great post.

    1. Thank you for the remarks! I, too, have to remind myself of this everyday!

  2. Reblogged this on thetalkoftaylor and commented:
    Love this concept. The importance of creating a routine into your daily life is key. When something becomes routine enough, breaking it is out of the question.

    1. Thank you for the re-blog, talkoftaylor! Appreciate that!

      1. Not a problem! You had great things to say, and greatness must be shared. 🙂

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