We are told to be mindful and aware so that we are able to manage the stresses of our jobs and lives properly. This is certainly true in regards to our personal and professional lives. However, just like people, we have a lot of choices and can choose to take care of ourselves or not. We are each responsible for our own health and wellness. That being said, it is important to address the three levels of ourselves: 1) individual, 2) social, and 3) institutional.
If you want to be an effective leader, you will need to learn how to effectively apply your values in the workplace and in your personal life. This includes the ability to recognize when something you do is not aligned with your values, and to choose to do things differently. It includes knowing when to be aware of your surroundings, and being aware of the consequences of your actions. This is also true of you. It is important to consider the three levels of yourself in your decisions and actions.
In their video on the benefits of staying away from toxic environments, Dr. Steven Rinehart and Dr. David Silverstein offer some great advice on how to stay healthy. And by “healthy,” they mean having a healthy mindset and a healthy body. The three levels of you in your mind, your body, and your workplace can help you to make better decisions and to do things that align with your values.
The first level of you is the most important, the third is the least important, and the first two are inversely related. Think of it this way: The third level of you is the most important, but the first two are the least important.
People who want to live a healthy life often look for a second level of you. But the second level of you is what you eat and drink. It’s how you exercise, how you live, how you socialize, how you treat others. It’s a level of you that’s often at odds with the first two levels, but it’s not always so bad. It’s just that it can be.
The problem with the first two levels of you is that they are so easy to keep track of, that you may not think about them unless you need them. The second level of you is not necessarily what you do, but what you choose to do. Even the most self-absorbed person can learn to do it. For example, I was recently reading about a great way to keep track of your diet and exercise routine.
Its called The Dumpster. It’s a simple app that allows you to take a food and a drink and dump it in the trash can. The great thing about this is that you can add or subtract the items as you need. I once had a glass of wine and thought I could just dump it in the trash and then I wouldn’t have to worry about it.
I could have just deleted the wine from the trash, but then I could not have it be the last thing I ate. It’s a good thing that you have something to eat and drink during the day, because you can use The Dumpster to keep track of every meal and drink you have been given. You can also take it to your favorite restaurant for a meal and eat it at a table that you have been assigned.
In the film The Last Man on Earth, the main character, a young man named Sam, finds himself on a desert-like beach without his car. He gets stuck on the beach with a group of survivors, then it takes a while for the group to finally realize what just happened. Sam’s friends then decide to make the most of the situation and set up a camp in the sand to help him forget about the alcohol.
This is a great example from the film that you really do need to get yourself outside and do something, but it can be especially helpful in times like this. If you’re sitting around in your house drinking beer, you don’t have time to go get a soda, and you want to get outside, get outside, get outside, get outside.