My top 5 life priorities and why they are important

Priority 1 – Stay sober
I’m quite involved in the search retrieval movement, but it’s not something I preach about. Most of my followers do not know much about my fight with addiction and I like it that way.

But under these circumstances, it would be fake if I did not put this on top of my list.

You see, when I’m sober, I have the world at my fingertips. Life is a constantly expanding fog full of possibilities. I can do everything I want in life. I can enjoy my family to the fullest, I can love my friends and my girl with intention and intention.

But if I’m not sober … I have no chance.

My sobriety is right at the top of my list because without them, there’s nothing I have. When I am addicted, everything else goes completely out the window. For me, the most important thing is to live soberly every day.

Priority 2 – My health
Health is something most people think about when there is a problem.

When health becomes a problem, it suddenly becomes the only problem. Too many people see health as reactionary. We do not want to think about it until there is something to worry about. At this point, it becomes the full focus of our mind and our attention.

I prefer it the other way round.

I prefer to keep my health first because when I am healthy I have room in my heart and in my mind to really enjoy everything else.

You ever ask a sick person what he most wants? In 99% of the cases, this person will say that they only want to be healthy.

They do not care about money or fame or travel or anything else. All they want is their health so they can enjoy the little things in life in peace. Health should be a priority for EVERYONE but so few people really care about their body, their heart and their mind.

Just look around. How many people do you see who are overweight? or self-medication? or worse? There is nothing that consumes the mind as a health problem.

Fuck the sound. Stay healthy.

Priority 3 – Family
I did not grow up in a privileged life. But on the contrary.

But I grew up with something better than privilege. I grew up with love.

I’ve always said that my family had more love than any other family I knew, even though we fought. We just had each other’s backs, no matter what.

I take this mentality with me. My employees are family members. My little group of friends does not even call themselves friends, we are a family.

The way I see it, there are people I want to look back on when that road comes to an end. I hope to be able to look back on this life with this family, with whom I have surrounded myself. We could laugh at the stupid shit we did when we were young, and we can remember our fight.

And I could be there for you. When someone needs something, he knows he can call me and that I’m there. Because I know that they would be there for me.

Priority 4 – Get the cash
I was on both sides of this route.

I was dirty. I’m talking about putting clothes in a garbage bag and walking around with Wonder bread, peanut butter, and jelly in a book bag for weeks. I speak 15 pounds under weight bad.

I also experienced luxury. I’m not a billionaire, but I’m in a position where I feel comfortable.

I can tell you with 100% certainty that it is better to have money than to have no money.

For a long time I felt that if someone had wealth, it meant that he or she was a bad person. I do not feel that way anymore. Now I can work, surrounded by my family. I enjoy my work and I am very happy about my contribution to the world. I am an employer and do my best to set the best example for the people who follow me.

Nonetheless, the daily search for ways to earn money is one of the highlights of my life experience. I love the art of selling. I love the relationships and the ideas and the value I bring against money.

To really make money, you have to offer something valuable. I have learned this on a large scale and have been able to dedicate my life to adding value to other people’s lives.

The best part is that I can enjoy my life as a reward for helping people. I am in control of my own life. Life has no control over me.

Priority 5 – Experience
What would be the meaning of all this sacrifice without joy?

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