To really understand the value of a MISOGI, you need to realize that most of the other apples in the bin want to stay right where they are – together and comfortable.
To be the one stand out can be scary, weird and lonely. On the other hand, to step outside the bin can lead to personal revelations that change your forever.
Change your attitude, your daily routine, your feelings about yourself, your relationships – your life.
Photo from Men’s Journal
John Mackey, the CEO of Whole Foods figured that out when he took six months off after witnessing 9/11 to hike the Appalachian Trail.
Men’s Journal did a great story about John that is worth reading.
It may inspire you to take an extended break and challenge yourself to do a MISOGI that is way outside your comfort.
For John, he unplugged from running one of the most successful companies and then he physically and mentally challenged himself to start living.
The lasting affect was going Vegan, getting in shape, loving and living life – and oh, let’s not forget the recent sale of Whole Foods to AMAZON. Great vision, great move, great life!