How to live like a champion: 10 steps to an unforgettable life

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The first step to living your best life is setting priorities

Do you ever think about how awesome it would be to live your life like a champion? To reach all your goals and pursue the things that inspire and excite you every day? To feel totally confident and secure in everything you do, knowing that you’re capable of achieving anything? Chances are that if you’ve achieved any level of success in your life, you’ve lived at least some of your life like a champion. Let’s look at what champions do to live their lives like champions and use them as steps to living an unforgettable life that only champions could dream of!

1) Set your priorities

The first step to living your best life is setting priorities. What’s the most important thing for you right now? What are you willing to spend your time and energy on? It’s not easy, but it can be done. Make a list of what matters to you most in order of importance and take action by creating a plan to achieve those goals.
There are two keys when it comes to setting your priorities – choosing which ones matter the most, then making sure that everything else falls into place after that. When something pops up unexpectedly (and we all know how often this happens) ask yourself is this going to help me reach my goal? If so, then do it; if not, let it go or delegate someone else.
When we set our priorities correctly and make them come true with every decision we make from here on out, we will have conquered self-doubt and reached our ultimate potential!

2) Get organized

Get organized.

Prioritize your time wisely. Do important tasks first. Don’t be overwhelmed by all the small tasks that are not so important, but do them if you have the time and energy left over.

Keep your home and workspace clean and tidy, which will keep you calm, relaxed and focused on what’s important in your world right now.

Try not to multitask too much; it’s impossible to do two things at once without losing focus on both of them!

3) Set your goals

  1. I will always do my best even in the hardest moments.
  2. I will make mistakes and learn from them, not be afraid of them.
  3. I will smile and laugh every day. 2x a day if possible!
  4. I will be grateful for what I have instead of complaining about what I don’t have or feel entitled to have more than others because of my gender, ethnicity, age, etc…
  5. I will always be honest with myself and others about how I feel in any given moment–no one else can do this for me!
  6. I will keep moving forward in spite of any obstacle that may come my way-even if it’s just one step at a time!

4) Train your mind

If you want to feel alive, get your heart rate up. If you want to be energized, go for a run. If you want to be happy, hit the gym. The benefits of exercise are endless. Exercise gives your mind and body endorphins that make everything better in life, from relationships and work, to mood and sleep habits. It’s even been proven to help reduce risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Even just a few minutes at a time can provide powerful benefits. Train your body: You don’t need to spend hours at the gym every day to see results—even 20 minutes can have big payoffs. Incorporate HIIT (high-intensity interval training) sessions into your routine by alternating bursts of intense activity with short periods of rest or light movement (i.e., sprinting on a treadmill). Train hard enough so that you’re completely exhausted when it’s over, but not so hard that you’re sore or injured afterwards.
Start every day with a small workout session—try jumping jacks or pushups before breakfast, followed by stretching and meditation exercises—and reap the physical and mental health rewards without any extra effort after work hours.]]

5) Get in shape

This is probably the most important step. When you’re in shape, you’ll feel better about yourself, which leads to more confidence. You’ll also be able to do more with your day and be more productive. One of the benefits of getting in shape is that when you’re in shape, it will actually help motivate you to eat healthier and do other things that are good for your body. There’s no time like the present! Read up on fitness routines online or watch some YouTube videos, and then start out slow. Go to the gym or go for a run on the days where you know you can get out of bed early enough to fit it into your schedule. If you’re really serious about this, set up regular appointments with friends who are going through the same thing as you – they’ll keep each other accountable and provide moral support!
One benefit of fitness is that it increases energy levels; when we have more energy we’re happier too because we can tackle so many tasks at once without feeling exhausted by them.

6) Dress for success

  1. Dress for success. Wearing clothes that are clean and in good condition will help you look the part of someone who is confident, motivated, and prepared. Your appearance has no impact on your ability to be successful, but people may be more willing to take you seriously if they can see that you care about yourself and your presentation. Cleaning up nicely for a job interview or first date could make all the difference!
  2. Don’t wait until the last minute. If you’re always scrambling at the last minute, then it’s likely that you’re not taking care of your responsibilities as well as you should be–or are trying too hard to do everything all by yourself instead of delegating some tasks to others so that you can have time for yourself.

7) surround yourself with positive people

Risk is one of the most important ingredients in living an extraordinary life. It’s what brings out the best in us and it’s what makes us feel alive. Life is risky, but that doesn’t mean we should avoid it. In fact, embracing risk will help you find your true self and lead you down the path to becoming the person you want to be.
1) Seek out new experiences even if they are frightening at first.
2) Speak your truth without holding back or worrying about how it may affect other people’s opinions of you.
3) Don’t take anything personally—it’s never about you!

8) take risks

Take risks. The greatest rewards are reserved for those who dare greatly, while the people with really good ideas but who never do anything about them have the most regrets. If you’re feeling too scared to take any risks now, think of it this way: if you take some risks and don’t succeed, at least you can say that you tried. And if you’re not taking any risks then how will your ideas come into fruition?

9) give 110%

It’s easy to focus on the destination and forget that it’s all about the journey. It’s important that you enjoy every moment of your journey, as well. To do so, try these ten easy tips:
-Be grateful for what you have now. You will always be striving for more, so appreciate where you are at this very moment. -Enjoy your work. If you don’t enjoy what you’re doing, chances are you won’t be successful in it anyway. -Don’t take yourself too seriously! Laugh often, and always take time to relax and have fun when possible. -Take care of your body by eating well, getting plenty of sleep and exercising regularly. Your body is your temple–don’t abuse it!

10) enjoy the journey

  1. Plan your day, but don’t micromanage it.
  2. Spend time with people you love and respect.
  3. Do at least one thing every day that scares you.
  4. Don’t take yourself too seriously–learn how to laugh at yourself often and in the right ways.
  5. Get comfortable being uncomfortable sometimes, so you can enjoy your comfort when the time is right for it again (you know what I’m talking about).
  6. Keep your eye on the prize–no matter how big or small it seems now, keep your eye on what will make you happy in the future and never lose sight of that goal!
Dr. Sajeev Dev
Dr. Sajeev Dev
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