“What do you want success to look like in your life?”
As we focus on the desire to succeed and gain financial freedom, we work hard to remain at the top of our game, juggling family life with business and weekends on the laptop. With constant connection to the outside world at our fingertips, it’s very easy to loose sight of what it really means to be successful in today’s world?
We hear more and more of how the “really rich” are aware of the power of meditation, but what else makes these fortunate few thrive. Arianna Huffington, founder of the award winning online publication “The Huffington Post” and listed in Time magazine’s top 100 most influential women, this week talked about Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder, it’s no longer just about money and power but also health and well-being.
Arianna’s view is: “No matter what our jobs or dreams, we are bigger than that, when we acknowledge this within ourselves and discover who we really are and live from this new perspective life becomes truly amazing, no matter what the challenges are”.
In this great infographic by MINDVALLEY, Arianna clearly lays out the 12 tiny steps she follows in order to thrive!
I deeply admire this woman not only for her drive in business, but also for sharing so clearly these simple basic rituals that have contributed towards her success in all aspects of her life, giving priority to health and well-being enhances my desire to sit up an listen to this powerful, successful and spirited woman. Through practice I believe these small steps can have a profound effect on our own potential to thrive.
Right now I’m going to take action by going to sleep 30 minutes earlier than usual, without my devices by my bed. I shall wake up refreshed and do a morning meditation, I will repeat the mantra “Don’t miss the moment” and acknowledge everyone I come into contact with, I’ll take a moment, make eye contact and say hello! That’s just to start!
How will you take action to start your journey towards thriving today?
With great appreciation,