Have you taken the free Mental Fitness Challenge Self-Assessment? If not, then goto the Mental Fitness Challenge site and do so. LIFE has launched the premier personal development program at their convention in Columbus.
Tens of thousands of people are enjoying the world-class leadership and personal development training from Orrin Woodward and Chris Brady. Now, you can too! What is the life you have always wanted to live? Why not pursue it today?
Fitness experts say that 85% of physical fitness is in proper dieting. I believe the same principle holds true for mental and spiritual dieting as well. Tell me the thought diet a person routinely feeds his mental and spiritual sides and I can fairly accurately predict his five year future. Success is that predictable; however, it isn't that easy.
Why not? Because the right habits, although easy to do, are also easy not to do. Left to themselves, most people will choose the path of least resistance, which means continuing in their bad habits rather than changing. The good news, however, is that through associating with others in a 90 day challenge, a person can leverage the community to help drive his personal change. In essence, community is the difference between good intentions and good results. Many will give up on themselves, but fewer are willing to give up on others who are counting on them.
Fortunately, it only takes three steps for a person to change everything:
1. Develop a proper diet for the food and thoughts entering his body and mind.
2. Make commitments to himself and others to follow the new diet for 90 days.
3. Maintain association with others who have committed to do the same thing.
There it is. A recipe for success in any area of life. It's been said that a person changes when the pain of staying the same or the joy of changing becomes big enough. Eighteen years ago, I took Charlie "Tremendous" Jones up on his mental fitness challenge and it has made all the difference for me. I share this with the readers to encourage them in the three step process for real change. Are you ready to take the mental fitness challenge?