Embracing a Mind-Body Approach to Entrepreneur
When I left classroom teaching and real estate and started my online business in 2006, that was just one of the changes I was making in my life. I knew I’d be going from a fairly active lifestyle to one that was more sedentary. Also, I wanted to make sure my stress level improved, or would at least stay level. Embracing a “Mind-Body” approach to entrepreneurship was my goal.
Men and women today are no longer just concerned about their physical appearance when it comes to working out — they want to alleviate stress and achieve a sense of mental peace with their physical fitness regimens, too.
While some individuals tackle these two things separately in their schedule, many people don’t have time to spend an hour a day on physical health and another hour on their mental well-being.
By combining the two, it makes you look forward to your exertion of energy regularly because afterwards, you’ll feel better — more at ease. People tend to put their own needs last, so they might feel forced to choose between getting healthy, losing weight or improving heart health and achieving a sense of calm and happiness.
Below, you’ll find ten different ways you can combine your physical and mental health routines in a way that helps you in many areas of your life. You can choose one or rotate them in your life as often as you feel you need to.
The Many Benefits of Pairing Mental Focus with Physical Fitness
Time isn’t the only factor in wanting to combine your mental health and physical fitness routines together into one. The benefits for using a mind-body regimen are numerous, not to mention preventative as opposed to simply corrective.
First and foremost, stress levels begin to plumet when you’re using this approach. As many already know, you often experience a boost of endorphins when working out. But when you pair your fitness routine with an intentional mental healing process, it can be even more helpful in alleviating your stress.
Improved sleep is another benefit from pairing mind and body fitness elements. Expending the physical energy put forth in a workout naturally tires your body, but if…