So much energy in life is spent weighing up investment opportunities. Professionally, financially, personally, physically; people are always investigating ways to grow in these areas and reap the greatest rewards.
I’m a big believer however, that one investment MUST come before all others: yourself.
When you make the decision to invest into your own growth as a person, you begin to see real transformation and that same transformation has an on-flow effect into other areas of your life.
You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with – Jim Rohn”
Having just come back from the National Achievers Conference in Sydney, I’m even more inspired than ever to be bringing Master Your Destiny back home to Perth. July 25th & 26th. Mapping out and defining your path of success. I’ll see you there!
We all have an infinite desire deep inside to want greatness in our lives.
Whether greatness is defined through your lifestyle aspirations, relationships or potential ‘impact’ in this world, fulfilling this desire within is one way to create true success and happiness in your life.
Type ‘mental health’ into your search engine and the first thing you will notice is the desperate need for this issue to be addressed in the work place.
It’s being reported that 22% of the 55,000 Australians in uniform (approximately 10,000 personnel) suffer some form of mental health issue and that we are facing a ‘tsunami’ of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Recently I was asked the question by a friend “How do you know when enough is enough; when do you stop pushing yourself to keep achieving more?”.
As an entrepreneur, I know only too well how all-consuming the drive can be to continue growing, to continue pushing onwards, so this question was particularly intriguing for me.
And the answer I have found to that question is both “Now AND Never”.Let me explain.Firstly, let’s address the “Now”.I believe if you’re at a point where you’re asking yourself this question, that NOW is the time to take your foot off the accelerator and nurture other areas of your life that may require attention.