As promised, I wanted to implement some more developing thinking for my ESL learners around the globe (and for my native English speakers who aren’t asked these questions at school).
Nourishment is the topic today. It means the things that we need to stay alive, healthy and grow strong.
What are some of the best ways to find physical and mental nourishment?
Freewriting – 15 minutes
In the beginning of my entrepreneurial journey, I started meditating before going to work everyday. It was a money affirmation by Bob Proctor. I would do it in stillness, laying down with the blinds open. This would really relax me, my spirit, and all the outside noise that would’ve been going on at the time. So, this is called meditation/visualization.
Physical nourishment involves me doing strength, core, power, and conditioning training every morning. After I’m done working out, I feel that I can conquer anything. David Goggins says, “do the things that suck,” but that “suck” can become a passion.
What are some brain foods that you eat? Do you eat blueberries? Chocolate? Fish? Pasta?
What are some of the differences you feel when you consume brain food compared to when you don’t?
If I eat anything high in sodium, fat, carbs, or fast-food in general (primarily in the afternoon), I feel very lethargic, tired and fatigue. I often get drowsy, too. However, if I eat good fat like avocado, blueberries, nuts, or things high in B vitamins, I’m often awake.
What do you feed yourself emotionally? How does it make you feel?
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