Wellness is multifaceted. You have to have mental, spiritual and physical health and find a way to balance them correctly. Of these three, physical health is probably the easiest one because you just have to get out there and channel the passion to improve and reach your goals. Mental health is greatly helped and comes in part as the bi-product of physical exercise and using that God given energy in constructive manner. Finally, everyone's spiritual walk with God is a little bit different, but it also requires discipline, consistency, love and a willingness to become better choice by choice and moment by moment. All three areas require consistency and discipline. True wellness is when those three areas of our lives are hitting on all cylinders as we improve and lift others around us.
I've built a life and a career around wellness where I've been able to thrive for thirty five years. Being a former racquetball champion and performing at the highest levels in sports allowed me to apply that same discipline into business. The same discipline in nutrition and exercise I leveraged into my entrepreneurial space. Quitting in sports is not an option just like quitting in business or in life is not an option.