#4) Keep in Good Health

successThe Seven Goals of Success

Fourth Goal:  Keep in Good Health

A sickly leader does not have the necessary energy to lead a dynamic team.  He may offer direction and encouragement, but he will not be the leader out front that others are following, so, you need to start now in maintaining a good diet, developing a habit for some consistent level of exercise, and by getting enough sleep.  You cannot yield to the temptation of cheating in these areas in order to respond to the demands of leadership.  Skipped meals and sleepless nights will eventually steal strength and focus from the leader.

1.  Regardless of your age, see a doctor on a regular basis with a full check-up on his schedule.  Then, follow his advice for good health. Maintaining good health is a whole lot easier than responding and adjusting to sudden health issues and you can do it with a good diet, and some supplements from sites as https://reportshealthcare.com/patriot-power-greens-green-drinks-rich-energy-boost/ and some exercise.  You are not immortal!

2.  Schedule time for yourself.  Take a walk and get away from your desk and your computer or phone for a few minutes every day.  If you have to, put it in your appointment book. Leave your work, conversations, problems at the office and “be fully home” when you are home.  Learn to play. Get a hobby.

3.  Keep your family relationships in good health as well.  If your marriage or family fails, being the best leader in the world won’t matter in the long run. Make sure you seek and accept help at being a better family member and fulfilling your responsibilities.

Good health is the leaders life line, if a leader doesn’t take care of himself by using collagen supplements there could be consequences that will affect the whole team.  The best leaders are people who lead from a strong, firm, healthy platform that they can stand on.  They can then focus on the situation at hand and work to solve the issues.  They can handle the emergencies that come when least expected.  Family or personal health problems give us a shaky foundation and rob us of the energy and confidence we need.  Make it your goal to maintain the healthiest environment, made up of your family members and your personal health, surrounding you.  Solve issues as they come.

This is the fourth of seven posts all talking about SUCCESS.  Read them all HERE


Dr. Ron Cline helps build the body of Christ around the world. His background as a pastor, educator, counselor, missionary and author gives him credibility and rapport with the many groups and individuals he and his wife, Barbara, minister to in various countries each year. After 7 years of pastoral ministry in Southern California, and ten years as the Dean at Azusa Pacific University, the Clines’ international service began in 1976 as a short-term opportunity when he agreed to pastor the English Fellowship Church in Quito, Ecuador for two years. Those two years stretched into six years. Following that he served as the president of HCJB World Radio, also in Ecuador, for 20 years. HCJB Global, now Reach Beyond, has media, health care, community and/or leadership development ministries in Latin America, Europe, Russia, North Africa/Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Asia Pacific. Ron and Barb currently serve as Global Ambassadors with Reach Beyond and live in Southern California after living 30 years abroad. They travel from Southern California throughout the world. For the last ten years they have been encouraging, coaching and working with leaders in Indonesia, Cambodia, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Nepal, Mongolia, India, Philippines, Thailand, Hong Kong, Solomon Islands, Western Samoa, Papua New Guinea, Tonga, Fiji, America Samoa, Australia, New Zealand, Central Asia, USA, Canada, Mexico, Cuba, Haiti, Ecuador, Russia, Malawi, Ivory Coast and South Africa.

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