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Lifestyle Design Tips from a Business Motivational Speaker

A motivational speaker shows how to design your life to lead to a comfortable retirement.

A business motivational speaker shows how to design your life to lead you to a comfortable retirement.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

In an era of reduced pensions and massive layoffs, business motivational speaker Andy Core gives four tips on how to restructure your lifestyle design to ensure a comfortable retirement.

1. Invest. While the specific maxims written in The Wealthy Barber may not apply anymore, the principle behind the book remains; sock away as much money as you can afford into bonds, mutual funds, and stocks to create a diverse investment portfolio.

2. Cut back on spending. Business motivational speaker Andy Core says that you don’t have to live an frugal life to build a good lifestyle design, but rather cut back in the small areas. He recommends small things, like bringing coffee and lunch from home, taking the bus instead of driving to work, and reading the newspaper online instead of buying a hard copy.

3. Picture your retirement clearly. If you have no idea what you’ll be doing when you hit 65, then you’ll also have no way of getting there. Andy advises outlining where you want to live, the kinds of activities you want to engage in, and what’s necessary now to get there.

4. Take time to enjoy today. If you only live to work, you’re cutting out a huge and fun portion of life! Remember why you’re in your job, what you like about it, and that you have the power to control where you’re going.

Following these four tips from business motivational speaker Andy Core will not only help in creating a good lifestyle design, but also keep it in place for years to come.

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Living a Great Life Outside Workplace Wellness Programs

Workplace wellness programs are put in place to help employees enjoy a better lifestyle.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being, and Peak Human Performance.

Workplace wellness programs are often put in place to help employees have a better lifestyle. They are there to ensure that the life employees have is more purposeful outside of work. However, many people wait on their organization to take action. You, as an individual, should take initiative and try to ensure your life is purposeful.

Live Your Life

In whatever you do, always avoid having someone dictate the course of your life. It’s good to respect people and their suggestions, but in whatever you do, ensure that you are in control of your life. Direct it on a path that you desire and don’t let other people’s opinions shake you. This is when counseling from a workplace wellness program may be able to help you. This is especially important in situations when you are in doubt or find yourself at a crossroads.

Control Your Buying Habits

The world has a lot to mesmerize your wallet. You have to understand anything that is produced in this world is marketed in a way that is appealing to every consumer. Make sure that whatever you spend on is important and avoid being attached to the things you buy.

Lastly, never let money rule you. Many people are so caught up in chasing money that they forget what is important in life. Money is a means through which you can achieve many things in life. However, never let money be the focus of your life. It will do more harm than good.

It is up to you to take action beyond what the workplace wellness programs offer to you as an employee.

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Using Your Appearance Among Leadership Speakers to Make an Impression

In order to impact the audience in a manner you want to it is important to let your dressing help you in communicating.

In order to have the impact of leadership speakers on the audience in a manner you want, it is important to let your attire help you in communicating your message.

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

The way leadership speakers carry themselves is very important, and especially the way he or she dresses when addressing the public. This might seem like it’s a trivial subject, but be assured it can make the difference on whether people will take you seriously or not. If you an aspiring leader, here are a few points to follow.

Dressing isn’t Everything

It’s not about just being smart and wearing a suit if you are a man or a pretty dress if you are a woman. As leadership speakers, you need to know what type of audience you are addressing. We live in a world where you can be judged by appearances, unfortunately. You can be dressed too formally and therefore intimidate the audience so they don’t feel comfortable hearing advice from you. As a woman you can be wearing too much jewelry and put the audience off.

Let Your Clothes Reflect Your Status

Of course, as a leader you have to be successful or at least create the impression that you are successful, so for most part dress according to that status. For men, make sure your shoes are nicely polished and if you are wearing a suit make sure it’s dry-cleaned. For women, it’s good to have a nice dress that’s not too short. High heeled shoes are a good option, but not necessarily compulsory. Dressing like leadership speakers you admire can get you admired as well.

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Leadership Speakers Encourages Future Leaders to Be Like Eagles

Leadership speakers teaches young future leaders the characteristics of eagles that will benefit their professional lives.

Leadership speakers teach young future leaders the characteristics of eagles that will benefit their professional lives.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

Leadership speakers encourage future leaders to start thinking like eagles. Eagles are the kings of birds, and to be a leader, you have to be a king among your group. You have to stand out. Here are some of the characteristics eagles have that leadership speakers say that you should incorporate into your professional lives.

Eagles attack all prey. Eagles do not get scared. They just focus on attacking their food. This means that you must not be scared to tackle and lead any project, big or small.

Eagles can see very far away. You must have a vision of our dreams. Never lose sight of our wants in life and use those goals to drive yourself to work harder.

Eagles fly high, but can also fly low. Eagles fly higher than any other bird, but it can still fly with those at the low altitudes. This means that while you know that you can be better than other people can, you must remain friendly towards them.

Eagles only eat their own kill. Eagles never eat other predator’s seconds. As a leader, you should only take credit for the things you have personally done. People will not respect you if you ride on the coattails of other people’s achievements.

Eagles fly into storms. You must constantly and actively find challenges and try to overcome them. Don’t be afraid, and do not allow failure. Be confident in your abilities.

Eagles renew themselves. You must continue developing and renewing your abilities to keep up with the ever-changing world. Never get complacent. Always develop yourself and remember that there is always one aspect in your life that can benefit from self-development.

Try to follow these guidelines during your professional life, and you will be a great leader. Leadership speakers highly recommend trying to incorporate these eagle characteristics in your personal life as well.

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Learn to be Flexible and Start Living Life

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

The world is ever-changing. From one day to the next, or even one moment to another, anything can happen, and nothing is ever exactly the same as it was. It’s important that you don’t allow yourself to be left behind while you’re still exactly the same.

Always be flexible and willing to compromise

Always be flexible and willing to compromise

In order to succeed, you have to be flexible. You must not ever get too rigid in your thinking, your actions, or even your beliefs. Things change, people change, and if you are unwilling or unable to change with the times, you will only be hurting yourself.

As the world evolves, even if you don’t agree with everything that’s happening around you, you should be able to move along with it. You can fight change, and wear yourself out in a battle you will likely lose, or you can embrace change, and continue to grow and develop personally as well.

This doesn’t mean you can’t stand up for what you think is right, but only that you must be willing to accept the things that you can’t control. You must always do your best to roll with the punches, and take on new challenges. Don’t allow yourself to just sit around complaining, when you could be out living your life.

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