A semi-successful businessman died of a heart attack.
The reason I say semi is because, while he'd amassed a great personal fortune, he ignored his doctor’s advice.
They read his will and his last wishes were to be buried in his Rolls-Royce.
Digging a massive hole they started lowering the magnificent car (with him in it) into the ground.
A bystander walking past seeing the spectacle turned to his mate and commented, “Man, ain't that living!”
What's the point of being the richest man in the graveyard?
Your body is the goose that lays the golden eggs but if you destroy the goose, no more golden eggs:
... These are all golden eggs.
Like cars, we human machines can benefit greatly from preventative maintenance.
If we start early enough we may even prevent our bodies from falling apart before the due date.
Unlike a car, however, we can't trade-us-in on another model so what we’re in right now is what we've got to get the job done; to achieve our goals, to support our family and to leave a legacy in which our children’s children can follow.
If the last time you had any exercise is when you jumped to a conclusion, I’m talking to you.
Go for the right foods, fuel up on quality nutrition. I mean how would your car perform if you fuelled it with toxic sludge?
Take time out for quality rest, relaxation and regular exercise... All important stuff.
What’s great about a getting a breakthrough in the physical area is that benefits here often cascade into other areas of our life, helping us to feel better about ourselves, our jobs and our future.
Some people don’t do well because they don’t feel well. Vitality is an important key to living life, so enjoy the benefits of getting into shape now. Don't pay the price for not doing so later.
The benefits of good physical health are bountiful and far reaching so why not create your SMART goal in the physical area now.