Episode 80 – How To Invest Time In Yourself To Recharge Energies And Offer The Best To Others With Jay Cardiello
Released on January 25th, 2021
We are all athletes and as such, we train, set goals, compete and go through situations that lead us to doubt whether to continue on our way or not, as in every process there are ups and downs, but it is up to you to make the decision to continue and achieve everything you dreamed of.
To do this, you must be aware that you need to recharge your energy and this is achieved through the time you invest in yourself.
This is a concept that many qualify as selfish and the truth is that today we forget to dedicate that space to ourselves in the day. We all need moments of solitude to reconnect with ourselves, with our true essence, in this time you can do whatever you want, there is no magic formula. Practice your favorite sport, read a book, go swimming, do what your body and heart tell you and you will gradually find a better version of yourself with which you will feel happy and that you can offer to others. If you don’t invest time in yourself, how will you be able to invest time in others? If you don’t condition yourself, how will you be able to condition others?
Never give yourself the opportunity to ask What if … Try new things, take risks and gain wisdom about the experiences that come from them.
Help others as if it were an extension of yourself. Give your neighbor the best you can offer, treat them as you would like to be treated, with love and patience.
Last but not least, it is to be really grateful with God, with the universe for all those things that you have learned, that you have lived, in which you have been successful and in which you have not, because of them you have learned and grown.
These are the tips that Jay Cardiello leaves us in this episode of the Resilient Minds Podcast.
Jay Cardiello, an entrepreneur in the Health & Wellness Space, a former writer for Verywell Fit covering men’s health and general fitness.
For 10-years he served as a professional coach in such sports leagues as the NFL and MLB, and today has worked with some of the biggest names in entertainment such as 50 Cent, JLO, Rami Malek, and Sofia Vergara.
He is a TEDx speaker, has authored two best-selling wellness books, co-starred in the ABC Television production My Diet is Better Than Yours, and most recently developed a 12-Week Behavioral Intervention Program designed to treat addiction, PTSD, and obesity.
If you want to break down that false belief about investing time in ourselves, stay until the end of this podcast and remember:
“Never give yourself the opportunity to ask what if” –
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