Authority Magazine recently interviewed our very own Sandy Critides on the topic of optimizing our overall mental, physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.
Based on your experience, can you share with our readers three good habits that can lead to optimum mental wellbeing? Please share a story or example for each.
Absolutely! My first good habit is surrounding yourself with people that make you feel good. After all, we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with, so if you’re hanging with five highly successful, fun-loving, kind and good-energy beings, they will collectively empower you to be the same.
My second good habit is reading personal development books. The world is full of so many amazing experiences and learnings that others have gone through. I believe we can learn something from each of them and apply it to our own lives, almost as a business coach or life coach would. At a minimum, reading these books are a constant reminder to keep pursuing a life that you’re passionate about.
And my third good habit is get organized!! Our physical space is a reflection of our state of mind. I know for me when my office or home is organized, I feel more productive and mentally prepared for the day. In a clean physical space, we can also achieve a clean mental space that allows for full creatively and mental performance. Writing down ideas, to dos and more in my journal is a key element to my organizational success as a life coach and network marketing professional.