You know it’s interesting. When you stop and think about it, we never do anything unless we are benefiting from it in some way. Even things that we say we don’t want to do are benefiting us. It may be an indirect benefit such as helping a loved one with a task that we don’t necessarily prefer, but we are still being fulfilled in some way through that action or we wouldn’t do it in the first place.This makes complete sense when you stop and think why. We all have our own serialized values hierarchy, which we internally judge every occurrence, event, opportunity etc. with. This is how we determine if that event is good or bad. Good if it supports what is most important to us, and bad if it fights what we stand for. Things that are highest on our values systems, we are willing to accept and endure the potential or visible drawbacks, which may be a part of it due to the value we receive from the benefits. Things that are lower on our value systems, we only want the benefits that go along with our participation. This makes sense because we figure, it just isn’t worth our time if we can’t be assured pure benefit. This is interesting when we look at what we do in our every day lives. I challenge you to look at something you are doing today which you feel you are forced to do, something you really dislike and ask yourself: How does this benefit my highest values in my life? If your highest values are your kids, your job and your fitness, how does whatever you are doing better enable you to fulfill these things? We tend to only see one side of every situation. When we are exposed to the other side, it is very eye opening and beautiful because we are better able to understand why we do everything that we do in our lives. Just something to think about. Have an awesome and inspired day! Trevor A. Buccieri MS, ACSM, KBA Certified Demartini Facilitator
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