This world is wrought with chaos, new ideas, old ways of thinking and superfluous noise.
The constant barrage of stress from news that breaks, ignorance and a deteriorating mother earth leads each and every one of us to wonder, what’s going to crumble next? Let’s take a step back and take a breath.
Head down, focus up.
Improve your Environment, Improve your Life
My mission is to improve your environment. It’s always been a goal to accept value from each and every one of you. Learning makes us all a little more humane. A little more relatable. And to break our world down into a more real, tangible place where we can successfully define and improve the lives of those around us.
What is your environment?
It’s broad, overarching and mostly, a damn beautiful thing if you can take a step back and admire it’s breadth.
There is your physical self. Phsyical self includes things like diet, exercise and sleep. It’s doing things that you enjoy doing. It’s your blood pressure and your risk factors. It’s your injuries and your strengths.
There is your physical space. Things like how your home is organized, what’s in your car, what’s in your kitchen. It’s the temperature of your house. It’s the crap that accumulates in the corner of your closet you haven’t cleaned in six months. It’s the physical locations you spend your time. Your gym, your work, your bed.
There is your emotional self. It’s your mental being, your self talk, it’s your confidence and your values. It’s the feeling of aligning your actions with your personal values and looking at yourself from your own perspective. It’s feeling proud of who you are. It’s also feeling regretful of who you are not. And everything in-between the ears.
There is your social circle. It’s the support you have from the people you see most frequently. It’s also the lessons you have learned from those no longer with us. It’s your family, friends, religious connections and the people you surround yourself with.
Finally, there is your spirit. With that I would include things like religious views, worldly beliefs and what you connect to that is bigger than yourself.
My time as a fitness dude has taught me a lot about the phsyical self. And a lot of things about improving physical, mental, social and emotional spaces.
But most of all, the impact I’d like to have on your world is in improving YOUR environment. And with some time, with some effort, I’m here to help.
I can’t say thank you enough for being a part of MY life.