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You don’t have a time management problem… You’ve got a XYZ problem instead…

By Marcus Santer

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Favourite quote this week:

“Time is never about time.”
Andy Bounds

So why don’t you practice?

Or any of the healthy lifestyle habits you know will help you to live and age better?

The most common answer I get is:

“I don’t have time…”

But you know what?

Business Genius Andy Bounds is right…

…Time is never about time.

It’s about priorities.

You’ll always find time to do the things you’ve prioritised as important:

And so on.

It’s just that some of your priorities help to build you up and others…

Well, other than escape and entertainment (valuable qualities in moderate doses) they don’t do much for you long term.

Always remember…

It’s not the ageing process that kills you, it’s the diseases associated with ageing.

Things like:

And so on.

And it’s your lifestyle habits that will influence your life expectancy.

One study claims adopting simple lifestyle habits can give you a 90 percent chance of living to the age of 90 or 100. Free from the diseases and chronic illnesses that make the Winter years such misery for so many [1]

And if you need help getting clear on which habits will give you the most bang for your buck and how to implement them into your life…

You need to be a ZEN+ Journal reader.

And I present it in an easy and enjoyable to read format.

Every month.

Issue 40 is shaping up to be one of the most practical and useful yet.

So far I’ve got this lot to share with you:

I’m also going to be sharing the result of my own recent weight loss experiment.

You’ll discover:

And a whole lot more.

Because I’ve still got just over a week of writing and editing left.

But you’ll need to be a ZEN+ Journal reader to get it all.

Which is great if you’re already a subscriber.

But if you’re not…

You can join us here and find out what other benefits ZEN+ Journal readers get.

Bye for now

Marcus

References used:

[1] Simple lifestyle changes can add a decade or more healthy years to the average lifespan of Canadians, says international expert – http://www.heartandstroke.com/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=ikIQLcMWJtE&b=7799765&ct=11300861