There is another principle that goes along with Hara Hachi Bu: eating slowly and mindfully. More
A few years ago I was introduced to the concept of Personal Development, and very quickly realized I didn’t like the high energy, “motivational” types, but what really resonated with me was the more philosophical approach taken by Jim Rohn. He taught simple, principle based “truisms” that I could really relate to.
One of the very basic tenets of personal development is that we all need to fill our minds with uplifting, positive thoughts, just to counter-act the negativity of the news and social media.
So here’s a shot of personal development from Jim Rohn, and his powerful topic, The Five Major Pieces of the Life Puzzle. Enjoy!
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“Write is on your heart that every day is the best day of the year.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
Have you ever had a day when you eat really well all day, but then gorge on dessert… and that’s how you remember your day? You, the undisciplined food addict that can’t control themselves (fill in more negative self talk here.)
We all do it… we forget the healthy food we ate most of the day, and beat ourselves up over the small lapses. More
In our Formula 7 course, we teach that fantastic health does not have to come from radical changes, restrictive diets, or exotic workouts.
Rather, dramatic change can come about very naturally and easily through very small and simple things. A tweak here, an adjustment there, one improvement per week, and voila! Time takes its course and dramatic change comes naturally and easily.
And the very first, most basic discipline of all? Making your bed. Why? Well, see what Admiral William H. McRaven had to say about it at the University of Texas commencement ceremony in 2014:
And if you have the time, the entire speech is well worth watching, this could be the best 20 minutes of your weekend!