After more than half a century since moving to San Francisco, the Giants won the World Series last night, beating Texas 3-1 in Game 5. Years ago, I used to head up to the Bay Area from time to time to do some auditing work. Candlestick Park was a cool stadium to watch baseball.
It’s always great to see a team win big after years of trying. It’s also great when someone achieves a personal win, like losing weight, getting healthier, finding a job, or maybe getting out of debt. Winning always feels great.
Most of the time, when we have a win we’re supported by a whole team of people. Friends, family, and professionals who are there to help us with whatever we’re striving to overcome. I write a lot about transformation on this blog, and I think life-long transformation can only happen if we are striving for balance in body, mind, and spirit. In my opinion, neglecting one while overemphasizing another over the long-term will prove to be unhealthy and you’ll experience limited success.
Sometimes when we try to get our life on track by ourselves, we give up easily. It’s hard to achieve transformation by yourself. I think God brings others into our lives to help us get to where we want to go, where He wants us to go. Covering your bases before making any big changes is really important.
For those dealing with health issues, bringing your health care provider onto your team will make a big difference. They can help develop a game plan that can ensure success. Get a second opinion if you’re not achieving the results you want/need.
As I’ve noted several times on my blog, I’m not a health care professional, and I never want people to view my postings on this blog as medical advice.
I started this blog because I wanted to tell my story. I hope that my story might be a source of inspiration for others, so they can get their life back on track. Not just a part of their life, but body, mind and spirit. That’s my game plan, and that’s my prayer. Everyone is welcome on my team, and I’m looking for people to join me. How about you?