On the path to success, it is very common for most individuals to compromise their mental wellbeing and acquire a toxic mindset. According to a top Greek digital marketer and owner of two successful businesses Konstantinos Synodinos, your mental health is everything and if you fail to take care of it, all that you have ever built will crash to the ground.
Konstantinos Synodinos is a Greek digital Entrepreneur and a Marketer for the last 20 years. He has an MBA degree, ex-corporate experience from P & G & Diageo. Currently, he is running two companies along with creating content for his massive social media following. ChampionsID is an awarded sports startup that aims to highlight athletes and pave their way to recognition and success. The second is a marketing company with the name SimplyDigital.
Talking about the important things that he has learned over the years, Konstantinos describes the key things that he developed into a mindset to bring himself peace.
People Come And Go and That’s Fine
Konstantinos has stopped contemplating on the people who leave. Maybe they weren’t meant to stay, despite their importance in your life. They are there for a reason and they are probably not there for a reason too.
Your Diet Is Not Just What You Put In Your Stomach
Your diet is not just what you eat, it’s not the best kind of fruits or vegetables you consume, it’s also the thoughts you consume. It is what you read and what you watch. Your diet is also the kind of content you consume on social media, who you follow, and who you are friends with. If you are bloated and need to remove the toxicity from life, start removing junk not just from your kitchen but everywhere.
Self-Love Must Be Prioritised
Your mental health and happiness are meant to hold the most value in your life. And if taking care of it, means letting someone you love down then so be it. Konstantinos believes that developing self-love is the first step towards mental peace and happiness.
Quality Over Quantity
For Konstantinos, life is only about quality, not quantity. Chasing quantity in friends, money, and businesses are the worst thing that could be done to your mental state because possibilities are endless when you are not quality conscious.
You Don’t Have To Follow a Certain Path
Konstantinos is highly critical of the must-dos man has confined himself into. He advises his followers to shun those fairytales that tell you how to live your life and do what you are supposed to do. “You do not have to succeed at 30, or get married at 35 or have kids at 38 or finish university at 22. Your path is unique. Your timing also”
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