One of the best ways to help others be healthy is for you to be healthy.
Make healthy choices. Create healthy habits. Engage in healthy activities. Prioritize your health. Take care of yourself.
When you live a healthy lifestyle, others are more likely to live a healthy lifestyle.
Lead by example. Be the change. Live well together.
We grow through what we go through.
Not having the answers shouldn’t discourage us.
It should encourage us.
It should encourage us to learn and come up with the answers.
Not knowing is an opportunity for learning and growth.
Figure it out.
Wake up every day with the intention of being healthy, happy, and at peace.
Last night I asked my wife, Meg, “What’s the best part about life?”
She said, “Living it.”
She rolls with the punches and makes living life look effortless. This is one of the reasons I admire her.
Complaining is a waste of time and energy.
Find something more constructive and positive to do with your time and energy.
Want what you want, not what everybody else wants.
Small choices repeated over and over can change our lives.
Be so committed to your vision and mission that failure is not an option.
We all have blind spots.
When I lost my mom, I had to fill a blind spot.
I didn’t even realize I had a blind spot until after she died and the void was exposed.
Whether it is by choice or necessity, fill your blind spots.
Step up. If you’re fortunate, other people in your life will help you.
Surround yourself with others who are strong where you are weak.
Relationships are reciprocal. Return the favor. Fill the blind spots of others. Be their strength.