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Something to Think About

Posted by Mike Sherbakov in Life and Wellness. No Comments

17th April

Find a comfortable space today, allow yourself 5 minutes in silence to think about how the following quote may apply to your life:

“You can be fully satisfied with where you are, understanding that you’re eternally evolving. When you get into that place of feeling appreciation of where you are and of who you are, and appreciation of what you are, and you accept that you are a never-ending, always unfolding Being, then you can stand in that delicate balance of being optimistic about what is to come, without being unhappy about where you stand. Find a way of eagerly anticipating future changes, while at the same time you are in love and satisfied with who, what, where and how you be.”

 

-Every day do something that will inch you closer to a better tomorrow-

 

Mike Sherbakov, CSCS, CPT, RYT



Can’t Help But Smile

Posted by Mike Sherbakov in Life and Wellness. 1 Comment

29th March

Today was a great day! I received a parking ticket and the strange thing is… I couldn’t help but smile.  Life has an amazing way of keeping you on track. 

Let me rewind a little bit. I am a firm believer in paying it forward.  If you’ve never heard the phrase, it can be summarized by anonymous acts of kindness… with the right intention.   I’ll get back to this in a moment.  There is a commercial that aired some time ago that puts a huge smile on my face every time I watch it (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5ya8J-jyK4).  It begins with a lady kindly stopping a distracted man from walking into oncoming traffic. An onlooker in a coffee shop sees this act and later helps a woman unload her stroller off a public bus.  Another gentleman sitting at the bus stop notices this … Read More »



Hit the Brakes

Posted by Mike Sherbakov in Life and Wellness. 1 Comment

27th March

Wake up, rush to work, quick lunch, speedy workout and a hurried dinner later, we finally lay our head on a pillow preparing to do it all over again.  Coupled with a book I recently read, an article entitled “Put Food Back in its Place” written by friend Cassandra Jella (rootedtransformation.org) elicited awareness to just how fast our lives pass us by.  We as a society feel overwhelmed attempting to keep up with the daily demands of work, school and family obligations.  With lives set on “fast forward”, we mindlessly go through the motions in such a way that we simply don’t take the time to stop and smell the roses.  We miss the beauty that surrounds us on a daily basis. Life is amazing and it is meant to be experienced.  When you feel like the world is spinning faster … Read More »