How Self-Development KEEPS YOU YOUNG…
Self-development keeps you young by nullifying (or inhibiting) the key factors that attribute to early aging (and aging itself).
The major 3 fields of all self-development work include:
1.) financial and career advice,
2.) dating and relationship advice, and
3.) health and wellness advice (weight loss, diet plans, etc. )
Coincidentally, the major 3 factors that attribute to aging include
1.) stress and anxiety over financial concerns and career problems,
2.) stress, anxiety and abuse caused from poor relationships and
3.) poor health, a lack of exercise, malnutrition, etc., etc.
So self-development keeps you young because the major 3 fields of interest and specialization directly combat (or neutralize) the major 3 factors attributed to aging.
Most of the money in the self-development industry – what’s estimated to be anywhere from 70-80% of profits made – comes from material catered towards financial prosperity, healthy relationships and physical wellbeing.
And most of the aging in affluent societies stems from financial problems, relationship problems or poor habits related to health and hygiene.
So self-development keeps you young by nullifying (or inhibiting) the key factors that attribute to early aging (and aging itself).
Also, self-development keeps you young by nature of the mental exercise it requires.
One of the keys to long-term health and combatting old age is not just physical activity, but intellectual activity as well, and coincidentally, many of tasks associated with self-development require that mental exertion:
- learning new skills,
- developing new habits,
- understanding new ideas,
- re-evaluating old ideas, and
- reframing the way you think about yourself and the world around you,
…all require the same type of mental activity that allows you to keep a youthful MIND well into your years of wisdom.
So self-development keeps you young by nullifying (or inhibiting) the key factors that attribute to early aging (and aging itself), and by encouraging you to consistently develop new, youthful and rejuvenative habits of thought.