Kaizen Wealth Life Transformation

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Jolanda Terhoeven

I have always realized that it is important to live a balanced life but I must be honest that until I did this program I never truly understood just how important it is and what a difference it makes.

For starters I could see the effects physically. For the first time in a long time I managed to get into the habit of exercising daily and eating healthy. I lost some weight and got more toned. This has left me feeling better about myself and has given me more energy for every day. I have also realized that for me personally it is a very effective way to get rid of stress and frustration.
Doing mind clearing exercises regularly have also helped in decreasing my stress and sleeping better- something I often have trouble with. The mind exercises given everyday has definitely opened my eyes to thoughts that I never previously even considered. I must admit many of these exercises I found quite challenging. I have to put some serious practice in visualization exercises since I can definitely see the advantage of these in building the future that I want.
I found doing a relationship exercise daily was such a fulfilling experience. Only once I started this did I realize how much I neglect the people in my life. There is no way to describe how amazing it feels to do something unexpected for someone else, to see a smile on their face because of you. It makes everything around you seem more beautiful and give an instant energy burst. I always knew that I am more selfish than I want to be but I never realized just how much of a negative influence it has on my life.
My relationship with God has always been a bit of a rollercoaster ride, with some ups and some downs. I can’t say that that has completely changed and it is definitely something that I have to make a conscious effort to work on everyday, but this program has just renewed my motivation to achieve a well formed relationship with my savior.
The “Investing in myself first” principle has hit home for the first time when it comes to my finances. I still have so much to learn!! The Wealth Creator Program being just the start! I must say that I always wanted money in order to do certain things in my life but I placed the emphasis on the amount of money and not the life that I want. This program brought home the fact that money is merely a tool to create and live an abundant life. The “amount” has become less important than the “lifestyle”.
Overall I must say that I feel more grounded- the best word I can come up with although I don’t feel like it expresses it all. I am in a more positive frame of mind. I plan to redo the program since I feel that there are plenty more benefits to discover and that I will get even better results. Thank you!

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