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Midway Recap

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It’s time for a check-in! We are about half way through this study on holistic health and so far we have talked about Physical Health, Mental Health, Emotional Health and Financial Health. I want to know if you have been putting into action what you’ve been learning. Let’s recap. We started off talking about physical health. If you have not been exercising, start by getting down on the floor and getting back up. We are used to everything being so convenient and our muscles are not getting used. It doesn’t cost a whole lot of money to start moving. Don’t make it complicated. Keep it simple and just do it! Diet is also included in physical exercise. We have to eat right and in moderation. Stop eating too much too fast. Then we talked about mental health. One of the best things you can do is change your attitude. It can change your whole life if you look at everything and everyone with a positive attitude. It’s also important to have an active mind and remember that what you think about you become. So keep your mind elevated and think on the things of God. Next we talked about emotional health; fear, stress and distress, joy and laughter, envy and jealousy. We learned that stress is actually good for the body, it’s distress that is bad. We also talked about the normalcy of fear and how it can make you live longer. Last week, we started discussing financial health. Your skills make you more valuable because you get paid more depending on your skills and the quality of your skills. If you want to get paid more you have to increase your skill set. You also can’t be afraid to invest in something even though you are taking the chance of losing. Set SMART goals for developing skills, investing, and savings and start working toward them! Before you start Part 6 of The Ultimate Boost from Within series, start putting some of these things into practice!

The Ultimate Boost from Within Part 5

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Last week we started to touch on the subject of financial health and how wealth does not equate to the amount of money you have. Honestly, you don’t have to really be that smart to do that well. God gave you gifts and He wants a return on His investment. Perfect your skills and you will be successful. You should also surround yourself with people who are smarter than you are and learn from them. One of the biggest secrets to financial success is tithing. If possible, you should do the 10/10 rule. You should give 10% of your earnings as a tithe and 10% of your tithes as an offering. On top of tithing to God, you should tithe to yourself, after your bills are paid of course. Don’t get in the habit of spending more than you make. In fact, as quickly as you can, get out of debt. If you can, live below your means. If you are able to tithe to yourself, you should have 3 savings account. The first one should be an emergency account. Why go into debt over things that you know are going to happen? Emergencies happen all of the time. Be prepared for them. The second is a retirement fund because eventually, you will have to retire. Finally, you need a vacation fund. You don’t want to save up for a vacation and come back and worry about your bills getting paid. You should already have some money set aside for that. Start building these accounts by setting goals and sticking to them.

The Ultimate Boost from Within Part 4

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In this video, I am going to touch on two topics. First, envy and jealousy and then one we have all been waiting for, financial health. Envy and Jealousy are not the same things. When you are envious of someone, you want what they have. When you are jealous, you have a fear of losing something or a fear of someone liking someone/thing else than you. There are negative consequences to jealousy an envy. The final commandment listed in Exodus 20:17 states, “You shall not covet your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.” The cure for envy and jealousy is to be content with what you have. Now, financial health is just as important as every other constituent of holistic health. Some people say the money is the root of all evil, but that isn’t true. The love of money is the root of all evil. The Bible even says that money is the answer to all things. We need money. It is not the most important thing but it is important. Money helps you get the things that you need to survive and makes getting those things easier. You’re level of skill is going to determine how much money you make. A cook at White Castle’s is not going to make as much money as a brain surgeon. But, the brain surgeon invested a lot of time, hard work and money to get where they are. We all have the same value as people but what skills do you have to value how much money you can make?

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Home :: Blog :: 2017 :: October

Midway Recap

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It’s time for a check-in! We are about half way through this study on holistic health and so far we have talked about Physical Health, Mental Health, Emotional Health and Financial Health. I want to know if you have been putting into action what you’ve been learning. Let’s recap. We started off talking about physical health. If you have not been exercising, start by getting down on the floor and getting back up. We are used to everything being so convenient and our muscles are not getting used. It doesn’t cost a whole lot of money to start moving. Don’t make it complicated. Keep it simple and just do it! Diet is also included in physical exercise. We have to eat right and in moderation. Stop eating too much too fast. Then we talked about mental health. One of the best things you can do is change your attitude. It can change your whole life if you look at everything and everyone with a positive attitude. It’s also important to have an active mind and remember that what you think about you become. So keep your mind elevated and think on the things of God. Next we talked about emotional health; fear, stress and distress, joy and laughter, envy and jealousy. We learned that stress is actually good for the body, it’s distress that is bad. We also talked about the normalcy of fear and how it can make you live longer. Last week, we started discussing financial health. Your skills make you more valuable because you get paid more depending on your skills and the quality of your skills. If you want to get paid more you have to increase your skill set. You also can’t be afraid to invest in something even though you are taking the chance of losing. Set SMART goals for developing skills, investing, and savings and start working toward them! Before you start Part 6 of The Ultimate Boost from Within series, start putting some of these things into practice!

The Ultimate Boost from Within Part 5

Watch Full Video Now on YouTube

Last week we started to touch on the subject of financial health and how wealth does not equate to the amount of money you have. Honestly, you don’t have to really be that smart to do that well. God gave you gifts and He wants a return on His investment. Perfect your skills and you will be successful. You should also surround yourself with people who are smarter than you are and learn from them. One of the biggest secrets to financial success is tithing. If possible, you should do the 10/10 rule. You should give 10% of your earnings as a tithe and 10% of your tithes as an offering. On top of tithing to God, you should tithe to yourself, after your bills are paid of course. Don’t get in the habit of spending more than you make. In fact, as quickly as you can, get out of debt. If you can, live below your means. If you are able to tithe to yourself, you should have 3 savings account. The first one should be an emergency account. Why go into debt over things that you know are going to happen? Emergencies happen all of the time. Be prepared for them. The second is a retirement fund because eventually, you will have to retire. Finally, you need a vacation fund. You don’t want to save up for a vacation and come back and worry about your bills getting paid. You should already have some money set aside for that. Start building these accounts by setting goals and sticking to them.

The Ultimate Boost from Within Part 4

Watch Full Video Now on YouTube

In this video, I am going to touch on two topics. First, envy and jealousy and then one we have all been waiting for, financial health. Envy and Jealousy are not the same things. When you are envious of someone, you want what they have. When you are jealous, you have a fear of losing something or a fear of someone liking someone/thing else than you. There are negative consequences to jealousy an envy. The final commandment listed in Exodus 20:17 states, “You shall not covet your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.” The cure for envy and jealousy is to be content with what you have. Now, financial health is just as important as every other constituent of holistic health. Some people say the money is the root of all evil, but that isn’t true. The love of money is the root of all evil. The Bible even says that money is the answer to all things. We need money. It is not the most important thing but it is important. Money helps you get the things that you need to survive and makes getting those things easier. You’re level of skill is going to determine how much money you make. A cook at White Castle’s is not going to make as much money as a brain surgeon. But, the brain surgeon invested a lot of time, hard work and money to get where they are. We all have the same value as people but what skills do you have to value how much money you can make?