I would imagine you’ve heard the saying “time waits for no one” at some point in your life. But until you’re faced with a situation when time is of the essence, it’s easy to forget how precious it truly is.
There are extremely sad situations such as a loved one or a friend being near the end of life. Obviously time becomes an important topic.
There are extremely joyful situations such as a wedding or a vacation coming to an end when time also gets some recognition.
But for many people, time rarely crosses their mind unless it involves a deadline, someone’s life, the end of something fun or some other circumstance that involves time being a crucial factor.
We are all going to die. Some sooner than others and clearly none of us are getting any younger. For me personally I feel better at almost 40 than I have in my entire life.
I take pride in the fact that my mindset is in a place where I’m able to keep my body and health in peak shape. I also realize all of that can change in one second and I have almost no control over this.
But ultimately my desire to remain in good health and my passion for helping others isn’t going away. It’s part of who I am. The man I have become and the man I plan on continuing to be.
I totally understand that some people aren’t as passionate about their health or their ability to help others and I completely accept that.
But one thing I will never understand is the lack of urgency when it comes to health. We are put on this planet to do more than simply exist.
I truly believe each and every person has a unique gift that they can offer the world. But unfortunately for some, their declining health will not allow them to fulfill their purpose and maximize their potential.
That’s exactly why I do what I do. It is my mission to help as many people as I can be able to maximize their potential when it comes to health. I have a deep-rooted passion for helping others level up with their health.
As I often say, two words you never want to have to use in the same sentence are health and regret. . .