Will You Age Wisely?

In our youth, few consider what it will be like for our unique mind, body, and spirit in the coming decades. Most view themselves as invincible and living to be at least 100 years old. The question is, will you age wisely?, refers to not necessarily increasing our IQ but realizing how we may improve our mind, body, and spirit. For many reasons, it’s wise to move into later years to diminish some of the prevalent issues for many.

My Story

Mindset Front and Center

Long ago, surrounded by negativity everywhere, my curiosity increased upon hearing about the book, The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. Then, there was nothing to lose and much to gain, so I tested the power of embracing a positive mindset. For me, it was magical as I began seeking out varying possibilities for personal and business growth.

As I reviewed past occurrences mentally to improve moving forward, the nastiness increased among those who did not believe in my new approach to living a more fulfilling life. My quest became finding people who think similarly. Opportunities blossomed as I began to step up for learning purposes. Over time, possibilities expanded into the previously unimaginable.

Self-Care in Varying Ways

Advancing in business and gaining wisdom from experiences suggest that to take the best care possible of our endeavors and clientele, we must pay attention to our health in general. Previously dismissing the idea that an overhaul in diet and exercise can improve the quality of life, the time came to try that too. In short, attention to the details of our exercise regimen plus a healthy diet works exceedingly well, adding to our mental health. The self-care contributes to motivating us to persevere with more energy than ever.


Connecting our mind, body, and spirit, plus creative ideas for advancing, relates well to the new connections we make on our journey.

The Journey from Excuses to Pursuing Dreams

Experience teaches that excuses prevent us from accomplishing our goals, plus more than we ever envision. Self-made leaders admit their errors, do their best to find the better route, and then share their experiences to enable others to improve their game moving forward.

Similarly, corporate management will train their teams to refrain from conducting business as usual but to dig in and attempt something new that intrigues them. It’s the proverbial sales motto, ‘Strive for a win-win!’ Between the encouragement and then recognition for each team member putting in their better effort, inspiration takes hold and encourages a long-term stay. The company win is adding well to the company’s bottom line.

Your Story: Will You Age Wisely?

The question, will you age wisely, considers the lessons you may learn along the way and how you apply them to future endeavors. Should you have children, how will you demonstrate and relay the better lessons over time? Are you willing to share with peers the worst mishaps plus the realizations of how to dramatically improve?

A significant part of aging is the willingness to slow down your competitive nature and navigate toward being of service to those that want and need it, plus a contributor of insights for networks that may use them well.

In Conclusion: Will You Age Wisely?

Flexibility is an essential requirement as we age. The best example is that our forever-changing technology requires us to remain current to live fully. For most, it’s necessary to admit to what we do not know and ask for help. We must have go-to sources in varying age groups to confer, better understand topics, and proceed on a better footing for greater fulfillment. All of the above will contribute to the effort of aging wisely.


Elinor Stutz
Elinor Stutz
Elinor Stutz broke through barriers long before doing so was popular. Against all odds she defied the theme, “women can’t sell” to become the top producer at every company she ever worked all the while ignoring attempts to get her to quit. Faced with an irreparably broken neck, Stutz paid attention to two visions as they appeared before her while on the stretcher. In the moment, she negotiated a full recovery with the promise to be of service to communities at large. As the CEO of Smooth Sale, Stutz adapted the motto, “Believe, Become, Empower.” Stutz is a motivational/inspirational speaker, author, and sales trainer. Stutz’ first book, Nice Girls DO Get the Sale: Relationship Building that Gets Results is an International Best-Seller. Her second book, HIRED! has helped many secure their desired jobs. The Wish: A 360… mentors readers on how to build influence. 2019 Global Business Insights Award. Marketing-Communication 2019 Top Salesperson Listing. The Smooth Sale blog is rated as a Top Sales Blog. Kred declared Elinor to be A Top 1% Influencer. @RiseBoarders ranks Stutz as a Top Sales Guru. Tenfold lists “Top 65 women Business Influencers”. CEO Magazine Declares “One of the brightest sales minds to follow on Twitter”.

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