Only a handful of special people will ever live well. For the rest of us, we're doomed to live a life that's hard and no matter what we do, we'll never get ahead.
Do you think that's true?
It's tempting, isn't it, to say "yep, it's true!" because it takes the pressure off. We can say we're not living well because we're not one of the 'special' people, one of the chosen few. That it's someone else's fault that we don't feel happy or fulfilled.
But it's not true.
Anyone can live well but not everyone will.
What sets people who live well apart is this ... every day they make decisions that align with what's important to them.
And I'm not just talking about big decisions either. While some of the decisions will be big, most will be micro-decisions that get made many times a day.
It's how you choose to start the day, what you eat, how you interact with people, what you say yes and no to, what you choose to think, what you read, watch and listen to, and so on.
Think about the decisions you've made so far today, do they align with how you want to live and work?
Living well is living and working in the way that matters to you
There's no one stock standard 'live well' lifestyle. Living well is about YOU being honest about how you want to live and work. And then it's about making decisions each day that help you make that real.
Are you ready to live well?
Then when you need to make a decision, ask yourself this question "will this help me live and work in the way that I want to?"
Sick of feeling stretched and stressed? Ready for change and to feel more fulfilled? Check out the 3-month 1:1 Live Well Programme. We meet online so wherever you are in the world, we can work together. For more details, head here.
Tracey Hancock is a coach + mentor passionately committed to helping people live well. Drawing on her own experience and the lessons she's learnt trying to be and do what she thought was expected of her, Tracey will guide you to live consciously, to live your way.
Contact Tracey today to learn more about working with her.