For women, age can be a touchy subject — especially once we are out of our thirties or so. However, I feel like I’m living my best life and I just turned 50! But, it is no accident that I feel this way…
There are specific steps I took to achieve and maintain living my life to the fullest. If that sounds good to you, keep reading to find out my techniques to be at the top of my game…
Never Comparing Myself to Others
First of all, comparing yourself to others is the most toxic game in the world.
THAT’S WHY I REFUSE TO DO IT!
Don’t get me wrong, I have made the mistake of comparing myself to others in the past…
I analyzed myself, my abilities, and even my relationship with other people, and guess what? I was definitely not living my best life and I was quite a few years from 50 then.
Your experiences are going to look different from everyone else’s. On top of all that, what works for others may not work for you.
So stand tall as you walk your path, and implement this next tip as you do it.
Keeping My Discipline In
Look, no one like to hear it, and no one likes to do it…
BUT SELF-DISCIPLINE IS CRITICAL TO FULFILLING YOUR FULL POTENTIAL.
It’s not fun at the moment — I know I hate waking up in the morning for my workout! Yet, taking care of your body, and making sure your environment is as positive as possible, is self-care.
But trust me, this practice is one of the top reasons I attribute to living my best life at 50. That being said, there is one more that may be even more important…
My REAL Secret to Living My Best Life at 50 — Or Any Age
My number one trick to living my best life — whether at 50 or 100 — is this….
NEVER STOP DREAMING, DOING, AND WANTING MORE.
The fun of life is finding new games to play and dreams to chase, not just sitting and enjoying the weather. As long as you’re alive, it’s up to you to join in the amazing world we live in.
You owe it to yourself.
So, Live Your Best Life and Build an Empire,
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