“Life purpose: Network Spinal Analysis reconnects you with who you really are!”
I am someone who actively – fervently – seeks out and develops his sense of place in the world and what his life purpose may be. I have found over time that this can change, depending on many variables. Network Spinal Analysis has helped me, and continues to help me refine what that purpose is.
But there is always an overriding undercurrent of one or a few aspects that color all activities:
- Personal Development
- Life Satisfaction
I have learned to be grateful for all I have. And it is an incredible amount compared to the times when I had too little Good and too much Bad.
For that matter, I have learned to view “Bad” differently. Nothing means anything until we decide it is so. Everything is just “there”. We then use it as we might.
This mindset and perspective, combined with the four items listed above, all coalesce into a thinking soup that I do my best to use wisely, as I shape my life.
Why are we here? And if that doesn’t concern you, then making the best of what is should. I am someone who wasted a lot of time on too many small minded and harmful activities in his past. It’s all led me to a good place but having served its purpose, my focus long ago shifted to making better use of my time than that.
Network enables me to address all of this better. And Dr. Marc’s personal attention, counseling and guidance sort of greases the wheels of it all and sometimes helps me reconfigure my navigation.
My life purpose has everything to do with time well spent
I want to be the best version of myself that I can. I want to be as happy as possible or as calm as possible at all times. I have a few key goals to meet both personally and for those I touch. And I want to do all of this and achieve what I must in a way that makes my family proud and leaves a life success road map for my son.
And, although I didn’t put it on the list, having an orderly spine rates high on my priority list too. I mean…I’d really like to do all of this with as little physical pain as possible. C’mon.