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Don’t Get Caught Up in Appearances

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance

Don’t get yourself into debt by trying to impress others with your belongings

Don’t get yourself into debt by trying to impress
others with your belongings

It feels good when someone compliments you on your outfit or your car, but these are not the things that make life worth living. It’s not a good idea to get too caught up in trying to impress others with your possessions.

As a matter of fact, trying to impress others in general can be a huge waste of your time and resources. Loving and spending time with your family, food, necessary transportation, and a roof over your head should all matter a great deal more than what other people think.

In order to be happy with yourself, you must prioritize and remember what’s really important to you in your life. At the end of the day, no one really cares what kind of car you drive, or how big your house is. And if they do, chances are that they won’t be the kind of person you want to call a friend anyway.

It’s great to feel proud of your accomplishments, and even take personal pride in your ability to provide for your family. But if you’re choosing friends based on their bank account and assets, you’re likely missing out on getting to know a lot of good, quality people. And before you judge others, remember that anyone can fall on hard times – even you.

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Do You Believe That Life Is Worth Living?

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance

Life gets hard for everyone. It can drag you down, and at some point you may even ask yourself, “Is life worth living?” Maybe the way you’ve been living doesn’t make it seem worth the struggle, but with a few positive changes things can turn around very quickly.

Although you can’t control every aspect of your life, you can control your reactions

Although you can’t control every
aspect of your life, you can
control your reactions

First of all, you do have to believe that life is worth living. This belief is fundamental in living a happy and prosperous life. You also have to decide that life is not just about getting by, it’s about living a life that you love.

Balancing work, family, and all of life’s other responsibilities can get stressful, but it can also be very rewarding. It all depends on where you place your focus – on the positive or the negative.

Making the best of every bad situation and celebrating your successes are key factors in getting the most out of life.

The more you take time to be thankful for the good things in your life, and the more you try to find a silver lining to the dark clouds that come your way, the happier you will be overall. And you will find that a happier life is definitely worth living.

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Healthy Associations for a Healthy Life

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance

You’ll feel more confident, and with good reason

You’ll feel more confident, and with good reason

Sometimes living a healthy life can be as simple as recognizing healthy associations. Most people who have ever put forth the effort to eat well can attest to the fact that when you’re eating better, you feel better, and even look better.

Add in some exercise to that, and you’ll not only feel and look better, but you’ll have more energy. You’ll be able to be a better you, in all parts of your life.

Likewise, when you put more focused effort into your personal relationships, you will likely get more positive reactions in return. Your relationships with family and friends will also feel better, and you can thrive on these as well.

These same concepts can even be applied to your job. If you work hard and develop good relationships with your co-workers and bosses, your life at work will be less stressful and more productive.

Once you learn to recognize and accept these healthy associations between doing what is right, and getting greatness in return, you will have even more motivation to keep doing good things. Thus your healthy associations will lead you to a healthy, happy life.

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