10295679_10152498954182652_7932605415715626696_nWEALTH AND HEALTH are your PARTNERS in LIFE.

Are you one of 10% or 90%?

90% of the world population is living in the past in more ways than one. In the past we all went to work eight to ten hours a day. We came home sat around with the family seven days a week, twelve months a year, never venturing away from the routine. The only break from the routine was a holiday at the beach or other.

Some call it the comfort zone.

From the comfort zone if something went wrong it is easy to start a backward negative way of thinking for most people. Very few people think positive with that type of situation. I found it a way to advance up the ladder a step or two. My last job up was where I started thirty years before as a manager. A lot of business sees that as you are getting older and comfortable in your way of life a chance to take advantage of you by not increasing your wages if possible and your position in the business.

When I was working years ago, every five years or so I would see no ladder to climb, so I would leave and move up the ladder into the next job. After six jumps over thirty years I found that I was in my sixties and again been taken advantage of, so I retired. With the internet change, work systems changing all the time, it is time to stop living in the past.

We must now live in the future with a positive attitude that nothing is impossible.

Be the Living Spark. Light up your life and have a go by looking around you at what everybody is doing outside the square and improve on it. Every fire starts from a little spark, so give it a go now.       4298381f4a30ffe8397ad269352bd063_1459403200_cropped.jpg

Start small grow big.

Be a winner, ignore all comments and be thick skinned. Just keep at it and do not waste time on what if or may be if. Remember everything in life was not made perfect the first time.

That would have been a miracle.

Once we reach thirty five to forty years of age, we start to naturally see life with a bigger picture and how everything can be improved. With your knowledge you should be able to improve on what you know and you have experienced. Put in the effort around home then expand into your work zone.

Then work on all the life around you.

Have your say constructively in the world around you, and you will make it a better world. I watch and learn from everything around me. I do not want to stop learning until the day I die. It is just as easy to put in the effort and try to do something rather than do nothing as it will be harder on you latter.

Why give up LIVING.

Working at a higher level, putting in the effort is just as hard as doing nothing as it will hurt you in the end. It does not hurt the brain to think positive rather than negative. Your body does the work that is hard so do not let it become negative. Make a plan for the rest of the week and when you have mastered it make one for the month ahead. Then make one for the year, then five then ten years. Keep planning your future and it will grow beyond your dreams of years ago. Many opportunities await those who give it a go.

So do not live in the past tense.

You are never too old to have a go like I am at 76 years of age. DO YOU REALLY CARE ABOUT LIFE? Do you look after your health or just wait until you are sick to care? Look after your family first especially the young and old. New Technology has arrived to save lives and cheep. The wristband can do wonders. Seven to choose but only one can do all.

THE world’s first Smart wristband is not ONLY a Heart rate monitor But a Respiration rate monitor as well. BUT there is More….. & More and more, Also Blood Pressure, your ECG can be done. Do You want more? Your Heart rate Variability will analysis for mood and energy levels Along with measuring steps, distance and calories that YOU burn. This is a serious piece of equipment with more not mentioned like being a monitor.


New things will be added as they come available & not too far away.


“Put yourself on the line and be the master of your own time.”

07f89b539eeef0ced1fe2922e57a9015_1451119185_cropped.jpgfor your time, Tom Short.