Dr. Keith Jeffery
Do what you always did, get what you always got!
But (alas) the changes you want will not happen magically.
If you are not currently in shape, you need a new exercise program.
If you are currently gaining weight, then eating the same meals and snacks will not help you lose weight.
If you are currently stressed to the max, what lifestyle changes will you make to find balance and relaxation?
Change will happen in your life only if you take actions. Different, new, fresh, innovative actions. In this information age, it's easy to find all sorts of new and exciting ideas!
That said, don't try and do it all at once. The key is to tackle one area at a time. Take baby steps. An ancient sentence sums it up... a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
ACTION: Chose a single focus! Decide on the number one area in your life that you would like to change or improve. Spend a week or two focusing only on this one area. Research the net, read, consult experts. Then create a plan, and stick with it.
Rather than focusing on the problem, focus on the results of your future actions, like increased relaxation, less weight, more stamina. Then your mind set will be positive and proactive, not negative, and you will move forward with a smile.
Begin your new plan, and make a commitment to stick with it. If you make the steps easy, "do-able" and enjoyable, then it is easy to stay on track. Commit for a month.
Remember that anything you do consistently for 30 days becomes habit and therefore an integral part of your life.
Once you are on track and moving in the right direction, then choose a second area you wish to improve. And repeat the above procedure. And so on...
Remember, life is way too serious these days, so have fun with the process.
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Q. When is the best time to do Tai Chi or 4 Minute Fitness?
These powerful exercises can act as a cool down and a post exercise stretch but I also find the movement quality and awareness is enhanced as a result of this state of muscle relaxation.
Many people do their few minutes of tai chi in the stillness of morning, others love it in the quiet of night. I do both.
They are terrific before work, or after a busy day, before interacting with the family.
Play with it, find the perfect time of day for you. Experiment and have fun. Tai chi is all about flexibility, in all aspects of life.
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Have fun with every precious minute,
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