As a Lifestyle and Performance Catalyst, I help my clients reach their full potential by intentionally placing small challenges in front of them. On the other side of this mental roadblock is a fuller version of who they deserve to be.
To remain relatable to clients and deliver my service experientially, as opposed to theoretically, I frequent these challenges myself. My challenges have focused on relationship building, work-life balance, workouts, meditation, having fun, etc.
This month, I decided to write a daily blog post and observe what I call the chain reaction of change at month’s end. In other words, how has this singular focus impacted other aspect of my quality of life.
Over the last month, here’s what I discovered when I schedule in time to express myself through writing:
– I suffered a lot less stress and anxiety and found another level of happiness
– I was able to better tune into my wife and son’s needs
– A lot of people feel like I do and I’m not all alone
– My closest friends have seen a brighter side of me
– You schedule your day around what’s most important
* These are matters of the Spirit, which for me, transcend all other aspects of “success”
On an another scale:
– My posts had 1,940 likes and 198 shares
– My website traffic increased 221% over last month
– I picked up 5 new clients without “trying”
– I connected with some of the industry’s brightest pro’s
– We’re on track to launch a course this year which will game-change the fitness industry
* These are matters of the Mind, which for me, are just icing on the cake
When my Spirit and Mind are content, my Body feels pretty good too.