It’s a common view that in order to have a good career, you should always put your work first, but I believe it’s healthier for your career to put your fitness life first.
You can reschedule your commitments but not your exercises
It’s possible to delay a business meeting or even a deal, but not your workout, because once you do, you open the door to always putting your fitness off, which will eventually lead to missing your workouts intentionally.
Working out has a positive impact on your productivity
Working out is important for your personal health and mentality. You will be motivated to become more productive and perform better at work with a more optimistic attitude.
Working out helps you to manage your anger
Scientific research claims that exercising regularly helps control rage, which over time helps you to mange your anger issues and be more able to handle stress.
Fitness helps you balance your entire life
It’s easy to measure your fitness performance and judge if you are doing well or not. Once you feel that you are getting good results, this will give you a feeling of confidence to do better things for yourself and others.
Staying active and being fit helps you to balance your emotions and makes you a more understanding person.
Ranking your priorities is always tricky, so you gotta do it right!
When you decide to set your career as your first priority, that doesn’t mean that you will be able to put all of your efforts into it. The trick is to figure out what order of priorities provides the maximum overall benefit to your well-being. Putting your fitness first is always a wise thing to do.
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