Day 10 and you have set a “realistic” goal. You are retraining your mind to think positively. You are working hard to organize your life and taking “action” towards establishing new and healthy habits. Now you need to “discipline” yourself to stay the course.
One of the most common reasons people fail to keep their New Year’s Resolution is setting unrealistic goals. Our Personal Best 30 Day Challenge is a great way to begin the journey towards becoming your Personal Best because we ask you to “declare” one (1) goal. Just one.
Day 8 and you are still standing. At the end of these 30 days, you WILL be the strongest you have ever been. This time, it will be different. Your mind is set to win because this time, you have been inspired by your heart. Deep down inside you know the truth about yourself, who you are and what you are capable of achieving.
Day 7 of our Personal Best 30 Day Challenge and you are still on the path. That in itself is a victory! The energies that inundate our daily lives; mental, psychological, physical, biological, hereditary, social, environmental, ethical, political and metaphysical, all have positive and negative forces competing for victory.
There’s always such hope for great change at the beginning of a New Year. However, most of us feel like we can begin to improve our lives tomorrow. After all, it’s only the 10th day of the year. We still have 355 days to get it right.
Here we are again at the beginning of a New Year. What will you do to make this year count? I challenge you to join us at Personal Best “whole life warehouse” and commit to a holistic approach towards your health and wellness.
Coke is the most valuable brand in history, and “Coca-Cola” is the world’s second-most recognized word after “hello.” However, the beverage itself is an absolute poison to the human metabolism. Coke is very close to the acidity level of battery acid and consequently it can clean surfaces equivalent to and often better than many toxic household cleaners.
In today’s fast paced, hectic world, stress is common and considered a normal part of life. However long term, chronic stress can lead to a host of health problems if left unchecked. Constant mental and environmental stress can take a big toll on your health.