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Holiday Season:

Using The Time To Establish Balance

For some this is the most enjoyable section of the year. Heading into the holiday season. Most holidays happen in isolation, but the end of year holiday season offers up a cornucopia consisting of: time off work, quality family time, vacations, food and gifts. Some of us are privilieged enough to receive all of these blessings during the holiday season, others would consider themselves lucky to receive even one item from the list. That establishes an important point. The holidays are a time to be grateful for. No matter what the differences in beliefs, job security or finances might be.

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The holidays offer up an important opportunity to reflect on the highs of the current year, whilst simultaneously allowing you to prepare for a new one. If you did well, you can rest assured that you will continue to do so, should you repeat the actions that brought you success. If you happen to have done the opposite, you have a road map for changing your furtunes going forwards…

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The holidays give us time to address the imbalances in our life. If you don’t see your family much, in most cases the holiday season remedies that. If you see them too much? Then the vacation time comes in handy 🙂

Try to evaluate the parts of your life which you would like to spend more time working on. For a lot of us that’s the desire for more dedication in the gym. That is a worthy observation and yet it is important to understand that it is a process. Use the holidays to work on your mind as well as your body. The best results and habits are formed when they work as a team. Visualise yourself achieving this goal and call on that image when the desire to give up weighs on your shoulders…

Striving leads to thriving; never forget. – JM

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Some of us are heavily overworked. We bury ourselves in our pursuit of greatness. Working through sickness, tiredness and even messiness. This holiday season is your time to really relax. It’s not a call for you to retire that awesome work ethic, it’s just a reminder to enjoy the spoils of your graft. Besides you’ll need to get your energy up to go again come January 2nd…

Stamina is a prerequisite when you want to be successful. – JM

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If you’ve spent the year coasting at half speed this is a chance to test the engine and push yourself in small bursts. There’s nothing wrong with using this time to accomplish goals and break your limits. Set yourself a challenge and smash it before the fireworks go off…

Today we stand proud and tall. Today we climb to the top, no step is too small. – JM

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