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What do you want?

If you truly know what do you want, the everyday choices become very simple. There are only two options available; each choice either supports or undermines your goals.

Let's have a look at the doughnut you are just about to consume. It will give you 2 min of pleasure and 20min of energy boost, max. Then you will feel angry and sluggish again, wanting another one.

If you are here for an instant gratification, like a heroine addict, go ahead - score it. However if your goal is a healthy body and a clear mind, for life, skip it. It's not worth the price.


Leszek
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Knowledge is cheap.

The main reason you don't see the results of your new diet, an exercise plan or a meditation program is not a lack of knowledge but a lack of application. You have to stick to it; not for 6 or 12 weeks, but day in, day out; for life.
Leszek
www.leszekstelmachowski.com

Strong Body, Open Mind, Beautiful Soul.

Why Small Businesses Matter?

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The recent renaissance of artisan coffee shops, small gyms and other craft businesses isn't random or unexpected.
In today's highly modernised, fast-forward and anonymous world of social media, people unconsciously seek for small imperfections, a human touch, an authentic chat and a genuine smile. At first it seems to go against logic that customers choose a local places with tiny, uncomfortable chairs and often slow service over a spacious, luxurious, multicultural coffee lounge and an underheated garage fitness studio with little equipment over a 5 star global gym. There is, hovewer, logic in this madness.

Big, multimillion companies can offer beautiful interiors , very fast service and professional and state of art equipment.

It looks good from the outside but the underlying goal is always the same: to get the biggest return possible for greedy shareholders. This leads to the automation of the work place, boardroom stress, overworked employees and a lack of integrity an…