Do you have a VITAL personal health plan?

Although most people proclaim their desire to live the happiest and healthiest life possible, wouldn’t it make sense to take the time and make the effort to ensure that you perceive and conceive, create, develop and implement a personal, meaningful, VITAL personal health plan? When was the last time you did an introspective, objective, neck-up checkup, with the intention of better knowing, understanding and appreciating how best to advance your self-interest? How can we achieve the health and happiness we seek without paying close attention to these essential issues? With that in mind, this article will attempt to briefly consider, examine, review and discuss, using the mnemonic approach, what this means and represents, and why it is important.

1. Values; visions; variety; valid: If you continue without considering whether the path aligns with your actual values, you will probably be far less than satisfied! How do you visualize your future and do you consider yourself valuable and a person of value? Will you be willing to examine a variety of options and seek the best course of action in your best interests?

2. Ideas; imagination; ideals; interests; perspectives: What ideas go through your mind and does your imagination help you proceed, positively or negatively? How does your life and personal performance, etc., align with your real ideals and interests? Are you willing to take the time to examine your ideas, in a true, objective, and introspective way, and consider the best path forward, rather than a less objective possibility?

3. TRUE; time tested; prompt; trends: Don’t lie to yourself, but get out of your personal comfort zone and be honest, even if you don’t like what you see. Instead of denying or procrastinating, use the time-tested ideas and techniques you’ve learned and developed, and do it in a timely and well-considered manner! Proceed with an open mind and determine which trends might be personally helpful and beneficial!

4. Attitude; fitness; attention; behavior: Henry Ford is credited with saying: You may think you can or you can’t. Either way, you will be correct. It is wise and helpful to proceed with a real, positive, can-do attitude, but pay attention, instead of proceeding with rose-tinted glasses! Every day, try to improve yourself and be prepared to create a quality personal action plan and apply it with creative and well-planned actions!

5. Hear; learn: Commit to consistently and effectively listening and learning, from every conversation and experience, to learn more about yourself and objectively improve!

one needs a VITAL personal health plan, to maximize your possibilities! Will you be up to the task?

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