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Giving Up Bad Habits. How Does This Affect You?

Updated: Mar 25, 2022

Bad habits interrupt our lives.

They prevent us from accomplishing the goals we set in place. As leaders, we need our health in full working order, in order to lead others in this world. When we fall back on bad habits, it jeopardizes our mental and physical health.

As Leaders

What tools and knowledge can we apply to ourselves and others around us we lead?


Parts of the brain that is linked to learning, memory, and mental health are smaller in those people who have lots of:

Foods to stay away from

  • Hamburgers

  • Fries

  • Potato Chips

  • Soft Drinks

Brain Foods

(Slow mental decline)

  • Berries (especially blueberries)

  • Green Leafy Vegetables

  • Nuts

  • Whole Grain

Breath - Contemplation - Meditation

When cravings come, they will. Sit it out and breathe. Recognize it coming and going. We as leaders know this will pass. This is the challenge we face in order to continue to move and make the world a better place. Start with your own inner temple in that change first, so it may radiate outwards to others around the world. Cravings are like a wave in the ocean, as they will wash over us. Just like the ocean can calm itself, so can we. Sit it out and observe inwardly.

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