Physical Health and Sales Success

This is a fairly brief post … not because it is unimportant, but rather because it’s easy to get right to the point.

Your overall sense of well-being is directly impacted by your physical health, which includes striving toward a balanced and healthy lifestyle.

Not all of us are blessed with physical health, and some of us make not-so-wise decisions that can adversely impact our physical health. Still others of us are in a very healthy physical state.

Regardless of your state of physical health, the choices you make and actions you take will impact to a greater or lesser extent your existing and future physical well-being.

Health and Vitality and Sales Success

Your success in a sales role can be impacted by your choices in lifestyle.

I know you know this, but none of us is perfect … we all make mistakes (I know I have … and some with significant consequences).

That being said, my reminder to you in this post is simple but important.

Make Good Choices!


This week choose to do something to improve your physical health.

For example, it might be to choose better food and beverage options; get a little more sleep; add something new to your exercise routine (or start one); make time to learn or practice yoga and/or meditate (yes, meditation has been proven to improve physical as well as psychological well-being).

Most of us have experienced increased vitality, clarity of mind, and a general boost in how we feel physically (and mentally) when we exercise.

If this is an activity you choose to do, you will undoubtedly be giving yourself a well-earned pat on the back for looking after yourself and doing something positive to help you strive to be the best version of you.

25 Contributing Elements to Living a Good Life

This topic of Physical Health is just one of 25 contributing elements to living a good life that I write about in my book LIVING in the Light of Day.

If you haven’t got your copy yet (in hardcover, paperback, kindle/ebook or audiobook versions), you can Buy It Here.

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