If you’re like most people, you set goals for your health in January. Maybe you set a goal to drop a couple of pants sizes or to run a half marathon or to improve your diet. You may think that these goals will only impact your health; however, in reality, they’ll have an impact on all areas of your life and may even help you to improve your business. Here’s how:
You have more incentive to prioritize your day. How else will you squeeze in time at the gym or a run? Prioritizing your day is important anyway—it ensures that you complete the most important tasks on your list each. Exercise gives you one more reason to prioritize your schedule, which will make you more efficient and streamline your business.
Exercise improves your overall disposition. When you exercise, your body releases endorphins—feel-good chemicals—in your brain. As a result, you’re happier and may view the challenges that arise in a more positive and productive light.
You’re better prepared to tackle challenges. Exercise not only makes you happier and more positive, it also makes you more confident to deal with whatever comes your way. The progress that you make in the gym or while pounding the pavement offers lessons in perseverance that can easily translate into other parts of your life as well.
You’re more likely to track your progress. Whether you exercise to lose weight or you do it to improve your 5k time, chances are you keep track of your progress. After all, how else will you know how close you’re getting to your ideal? The same is true for your business. Tracking helps you to identify patterns, assess your progress and reach your goals. If you’re used to tracking in one area of your life, you’re more likely to track in other areas as well.
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