You know monday is one of my favourite days of the week…
Let me tell you why. By the age of 45 I am very happy to say that I am pretty much living the life I want.
I don’t have a boss. I am by many standards financially free. I have a fantastic wife and two kids…
And oh I live in a tropical paradise!
I am not saying this to brag, only to show that it is possible to structure your life to fit your dreams. In fact, it’s a demonstration that these don’t have to be dreams and they can become reality with the RIGHT INFORMATION and MINDSET.
How did I get there? You can read my journey clicking about me.
Let me set this straight, I AM NOT A GURU nor am I selling a “make money online course” for digital freedom. If you’re looking for this then there are plenty around (I may even review a few!).
This blog is so that I can keep on learning, develop new online businesses and offer real world insights for ANYONE struggling to take that initial step or if they are faltering on their journey.
Journey to Self-Improvement
We’re often told that we should eat better, work out more, and drink less booze, but how often do we make a conscious effort to change our lifestyle?
What’s stopping you make drastic life changing habits that are beneficial in your life?
For example, losing weight only to put it on again a few months later. We’re all been there right?
There is nothing legendary or particularly outstanding about my life so far. But I believe I have achieved more than I thought possible when I first left school at 16 with an uncertain future.
With absolutely no doubt, like you, there is much more as I have not fulfilled my potential.
How often do you think of improving yourself?
Daily, weekly, monthly?
Whether its at home, work or out with friends we want to be more… to be the best version of ourselves.
But what’s stopping us?
Procrastination… Shiny object syndrome… Netflix.
Ultimately though, we limit our own potential.
Ready for Change. Are You?
After an extended break from work, I’ve developed some really poor habits.
Free from the stress of work, I was left to my own devices with little motivation to make sure I kept active, I didn’t overeat and used my brain.
All this took its toll on my mind and body… I put on weight, felt unhealthy, I lacked purpose and was turning into a shopaholic.
Are you feeling sorry for me yet? Of course not! 😉
On top of this, starting anything new seemed a million times harder than before.
I had my light-bulb moment after trying a new diet plan where I had to change a lifetime habit of drinking milky coffee.
If after two weeks I could cope and enjoy drinking black coffee, then what else could I achieve?
I’ve now decided to invest my own resources (time and money) into self improvement and I am going to write about it here.
It’s my hope that others in a similar position will also benefit from my journey.