Get ready for the 30-Day Challenge…

The 30-Day Challenge is ONE WEEK AWAY!

As you know, the 30-Day Challenge will begin on Tuesday, January 31st and run through Leap Day, Wednesday, February 29th.  I want to remind you that it is important for you create a personal plan and that we are aiming for long-term breakthrough in the area physical health and wellness – a lifestyle change, a new way of thinking and being.

Let’s begin our journey together with developing our physical well being or intelligence (PQ).  I would like us to begin here because the body is the instrument of the mind, heart and spirit.  If we subordinate the body to the spirit, that is our appetites and passions to our conscience, we become masters of ourselves.  People whose lives are a function of their appetites and passions rather than their conscience or spirit cannot give of themselves. Their space between temptation and response is narrowed.  They lose personal freedom, thinking all the while that they are exercising it. The body is a good servant but a bad master.

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3 thoughts on “Get ready for the 30-Day Challenge…

  1. WOW!! Here we are, Day One of the 30-Day Challenge! We are going after sustainable breakthrough in the areas of physical health and wellness. A radical lifestyle change, which means a new way of thinking and being.

    Now is the time to grab your physical life by the reins. Take 100 percent responsibility for where you are today; take 100 percent control of where you and your physical life go from this day forward.

    Thomas Edison said this–“If we did the things we are capable of, we would astound ourselves.”

    PLS is positioned right by your side to inspire you and cheer you on to victory.

    Let’s get off the sidelines and go 100 percent after the 30-Day Challenge!! I am 100 percent IN!! Are you??

  2. What happens to our “Emotional Intelligence” – our heart – when we neglect our bodies, when we become a function of our appetites and passions? Patience, love, understanding, empathy, the ability to listen and compassion are themselves subordinated. They become buzzwords without flesh and blood to drive them.

    “You know, true love really matters, friends really matter, family really matters. Being responsible and disciplined and healthy really matters.” – Courtney Thorne Smith

  3. What happens to us spiritually when we neglect our bodies? When we neglect our bodies, how does it affect our ‘peace of mind’? It affects our desire to serve, to contribute, our willingness to sacrifice, to subordinate ourselves for a higher good; our conscience becomes dulled, yielding almost to any temptation. Any loss of personal integrity makes me more self-oriented, more selfish. However, I find that when I make up my mind to live by values, principles and by conscience, my resolve to serve and to contribute in meaningful ways returns.

    “I made a commitment to completely cut out drinking and anything that might hamper me from getting my mind and body together. And the floodgates of goodness have opened upon me – spiritually and financially.” – Denzel Washington

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