1- Is your health really a priority?
2- If you “lost your health”, what would that mean?
It has often been said that if you wish to know an individual’s values, look at where they spend their time. We can all say, “God, family, health.” However, when push comes to shove, we stop at the convenience store for a cigarette. Maybe we scoff at the doctor when he wants $300/ month for preventative health services, and that same day we write that check for a new truck for $700/ month.
This may be a wake-up call for you, and if you need to wake-up, we are happy to help. However, it has to start with you. You have to make the decisions that are going to support a life that you can look at with pride.
3- If you knew you left opportunity with loved ones on the table, would you be proud of that?
I’m in the boat with you!
This is what I think about on a regular basis:
4- How can I make the best impact for good, with this limited time we are here?