Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.
Your bedroom is where you spend about a third of your life, so it has a huge impact on how you think and act. A keynote speaker like Andy Core explains why a messy bedroom can mean a messy lifestyle design.
- If you get into the habit of throwing your socks on the floor and not dusting regularly, what other corners are you willing to cut? You don’t have to make your bed so tight you can bounce a quarter off it, but a tidier bedroom usually means tidier thinking.
- Constant attention to your sleeping space can equate to increased vigilance on your life goals. By taking a vacuum cleaner in there once a week, you’re more likely to review your lifestyle design goals on a regular basis, too.
- It helps you start the day off on the right foot. Giving your room a quick once-over before you go to work may be a small thing to check off your to-do list. When you room is neat it’s easier to find what you need. The rush of satisfaction a clean space will give you won’t be small and a keynote speaker reminds us that we need to build confidence from as many sources as possible.
Keynote speaker Andy Core knows that a messy bedroom can get in the way of accomplishing everything that’s on the list of their lifestyle design plans.
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