Feb 1, 2019
The greatest challenge in life is to maintain momentum. That is to say, maintaining momentum in health, learning, wealth, relationships, and spiritual growth. Yet, as in all things successful that you do in life, the basics are the key.
Sleep and rest are basic skills and few manage to control this skill set.
Eating and drinking properly is a basic skill and fewer have any real access or ability in this area.
Listening is a necessity to communication and few people practice this skill even on a weekly basis.
Focused exercise for one hour a day is without question the premise of health and even endurance yet, again, a small minority of people have this skill set.
Paying your self for the doing of the basic skill is the root of wealth creation, and the battle for people to put tangible money in their pocket on a daily basis is like pulling teeth from a bear.
Spending 30 minutes a day with your loved ones would seem practical to keep a relationship from imploding, but I have noticed only a hand full of people can or will even try this.
Sitting quietly to pray or meditate for even 5 minutes a day is a lost skill, like making a fire, it simply is lost. People just don't see the value in it at all.