Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.
A business motivational speaker claims that you do not need to wait until retirement to live the good life. Waiting until your 60’s to do the things that you’ve always wanted to do may be too late. It is still possible to live out your dreams during your working years when you can still move around without your joints creaking. Doing so in the modern world is difficult with the strict hours, but it is not impossible – don’t let your career dictate the way you live. Although work does chew up a lot of your time, it doesn’t consume all of it.
Plan Your Vacations Carefully
Don’t waste your paid vacation with “I’m gonna stay home for a week.” This magical week is the perfect opportunity to live out big adventures: go out and explore the world. Most workers save this thought for after retirement, but doing it in your prime is a completely different experience. Youth waits for no man and should be used when it’s still available.
Weekends are Your Best Friend
It happens only once a week, but it always comes with a feeling of freedom. This is the time to enjoy yourself, make up for the days that you couldn’t have fun. Forget desks and cubicles for a while and just loosen up. You could move into the city; cities always have something in store for you. A business motivational speaker points out that these aren’t the only days that you can design your life, you can also do it after work.
Time does catch up to you and you will retire one day. Make the most out of your days now so that when you retire, you have a huge head start on those who didn’t think to spend their youth wisely. A business motivational speaker reminds you to spend and save your money carefully so you’ll have the means to live life to the fullest.
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