A Balanced Life Is Essential To Our Souls!

Stephen R. Covey, author of the book “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”  has sold well over 20 million books. He says “everything is connected to everything else”, and I too believe that says Dr. Sue.

In order for us to improve our lives, we must  systematically change old habits and implement new ones. By making up our minds to stop bad habits  every day; we focus on new behaviors and help to “put off”  what the Bible refers to as the “old man”.

In order to achieve sustainable change Dr. Covey says that we must creatively connect the four areas of our lives “our body, our mind, our heart, and our spirit”.

 For this reason says Dr. Sue, “I have been inspired to categorize the daily devotionals of “Re-create Your Life” into  six categories – health, constant learning, relationships, community, the mind, and the spirit .”  This daily dose of encouragement will not only help you to redirect your life, but it will also help you to feel more balanced.

About Suzanne Penn, M.B.A., Ph.D.

The Office of Dr. Suzanne Penn - www.drsuechicago.com National Director MFS WealthCare MTS Tax Solutions DR. SUE'S 12 STEP FORMULA TO SUCCESS: 1. "Preparation plus persistence yields performance" 2. "Build a life full of opportunities weaved together as a mosaic, full of learning, work, and personal time". 3. "Create time and space to cultivate friendships". 4. "Daily focus on your well being by getting enough rest, being treated with respect, smiling, laughing, learning and enjoying life". 5. "Decrease pain, worry, sadness, stress, and anger by turning your burdens over to the Lord". 6. "Start the day by developing the habit of walking". 7. "Remember - vision without action is a dream". 8. "Each day have a high expectation for your life!" 9. "Remember ... You won't be without ...He'll provide; You won't live without ... He'll make a way; You won't be casted out ... He'll always love you, as preached by my cousin Keleigh Patton". 10. "Improve your memory by drinking blue berry juice, eating intensely dark chocolate, a few almonds daily, salad, cold press virgin olive oil, green tea, honey, and a plant based diet". 11. "Manage your stress with a daily exercise routine of yoga, eating well, plenty of sleep, meditation or prayer, and by listening to music". 12. "Annually take an extended period from work in order to devote yourself to a season of prayer, study, renewal, and reflection". "Celebrating 34 years of excellence ... as our team looks forward to the future”. 2015 Copyright, Suzanne Penn, MBA, PhD., all rights reserved.
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