Risk is often associated as a negative word – this is definitely not the case, for I personally like to view risk on a scale – 1 being never exiting your room, for fear of the outside world. 10 being jumping out of an aircraft without a parachute. The key with this concept is to meet in the middle, take calculated risks based on facts and your emotional state. Impulsive decisions are not always bad, and the appropriate amount of risk can lead to wonder opportunities presenting themselves; whether this is in love, life or business.
Take the calculated risk, jump from the aircraft with the parachute!
FOOD & DIET
Eat what your body requires to function (and to assist your fitness related goals), and not to excess. With this basic concept in mind it is also important to treat yourself on a very occasional basis to ensure you can remain focused on the task at hand – holistic health and well-being, which in my mind incorporates mental health, physical health and nutritional/digestive health.
Whilst most people may see this and go ‘well, obviously’ I’ve found that food is one of the major causes for people not reaching their goals, this included myself for many years until I sat down, cataloged what I was eating each day and realized I was eating the wrong things or the right things – but to excess.
Spend money wisely on yourself in the form of education and health (appropriate food choices), for this is invaluable in the long run, and will outlast any expensive designer clothing or sports car you may desire. Whilst it is appropriate to own and want for nice material objects (we all do), this should be done in moderation and in a staged, patient manner to ensure you appreciate what you have earned. “A man is not measured by the depths of his pockets.”
The thought farm is a basic concept where I can share my thoughts, feelings and concepts on the basis of living a simplistic, fulfilled and happier existence. The text which will be written on this blog comes from personal experiences, trials and tribulations throughout my life.
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