The 6 Components Of An Exceptional Life w/Jeremy Abramson
By Casey Porter
October 13th, 2020
When we’re not living with intention, it’s easy to accept a mediocre existence.
But we shouldn’t settle for drifting through life either.
It’s not enough to survive, we should be aiming to thrive.
Luckily, many of the things that hold us back can be changed if we become more in tune with ourselves.
Which habits are stopping us from reaching our full potential, and what can we do to break them for good?
How can we actively surround ourselves with the right influences that improve our lives, rather than laying stagnant?
In this episode, Chief Energy Officer at E3 Lifestyle, Jeremy Abramson shares the THRIVE acronym for cultivating the lives of our dreams.
Don’t settle for mediocrity.
Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode
- How our thoughts impact our health and wellbeing
Many people wake up to the same thoughts every day, but doing so is more harmful than we may realize. By constantly thinking about what’s happened in the past, we fall into the rearview mirror syndrome, which can ultimately cause inflammation and weaken our immune systems.
- How to increase the likelihood of sticking to positive habits
A lot of the habits we have today stem from moments we have emotional attachments to, like rewarding ourselves with a treat for good work. We can replicate that feeling by actively thinking about how things like exercise and a healthy diet will make us feel.
- How to establish strong relationships with the right people
We’ve all heard about the importance of surrounding ourselves with the right people, but doing so requires some work on our part. To attract a particular type of person, we have to embody those traits on our own, first.
Jeremy Abramson is the Chief Energy Officer at E3 Lifestyle.
He is passionate about creating workplace environments that promote movement, community, and creativity.
In addition to being a high-level coach, he is also the host of The Energy Exchange Podcast.
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You can also email him on firstname.lastname@example.org