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MEDIA ROOM

MEDIA ROOM

MEDIA ROOM

MEDIA ROOM

MEDIA ROOM

In our business, we work diligently to ensure our equipment is running at an optimal level to create efficiency, produce material at a high volume and meet our customers’ needs. We see this as part of the job and we build processes and practices into our day so that it gets done. How often, however, do we think about ourselves and whether we are running at an optimal level? How often do we look at our most important asset, ourselves, and ensure each aspect of of our lives functions in a way that “Sharpens the Saw”?

PHYSICAL

  • taking care of your body
  • Move for no less than 30 minutes a day
  • Schedule a preventative exam/physical
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Substitute one side item for something healthy on the menu

SPIRITUAL

  • taking care of your soul
  • Make a list of personal core values
  • Keep a gratitude journal
  • Practice daily reflection
  • Spend time in nature

SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL

  • taking care of your relationships
  • Call a friend or family member
  • Ask for help
  • Clarify and share boundaries
  • Choose a positive attitude

MENTAL

  • taking care of your mind
  • Challenge your thinking
  • Read a chapter from a book
  • Pursue a certification aligned with your career
  • Teach a new skill to someone else

“Sharpen the Saw” is the habit of daily self-renewal that encompasses the four dimensions of wellness – physical, spiritual, social/emotional and mental. Daily focus on each of the four dimensions of wellness enhances our overall well-being and provides not only health benefits, but better quality of life, relationships and our ability to adapt and enjoy life. Each day, make sure you take time to “Sharpen the Saw,” because taking care of yourself is not a selfish act.