Success is often defined by numbers. How much has your business grown? What income bracket are you in? How much weight have you lost? What if I told you that the most valuable success cannot be quantified?
We all want to succeed. We want prosperous careers, great physiques, etc and these are very easily measurable and defined. But even those who have reached the highest levels of "success" have trouble enjoying it, because the life quality most sought after is happiness. When we overlook certain areas of our life, like our relationships and health, because we are focusing all of our resources into our jobs or our appearances, we become unbalanced and that leaves us feeling as if something is missing.
When you nurture your relationships and take care of your whole health (physical, but also mental and spiritual), then success tastes sweeter. When you expend large amounts of energy during your workday, it's vital to refill by spending time with family and fueling up with good food that will continue to feed you long after you've enjoyed it. You can't expect a restaurant or take out or pre-prepared meal to leave you feeling good the next day when you need to be at your best. And it's near impossible to cook every meal yourself, while also spending time refilling your tanks with family time, rest, or healthcare.
You have to make a decision. Will you fulfill your base needs like relationships and health in order to maximize your success? Or will you take short cuts to a incomplete success?
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