Kurt Lee Hurley, founder of Synergy Fitness Systems LLC, takes his personal philosophies, and the best of his body fitness and nutrition expertise, and brings it to you in Boundless: How to Build a Healthy, Wealthy, Happy, and Prosperous Life. You’ll feel the energy bouncing off the page, as Hurley shares his enthusiasm for attaining prosperity by improving your body.
Even hard-core fitness buffs often overlook elements beyond exercise and nutrition that keep them healthy. Hurley goes further to include resources on productivity, detailed nutrition recommendations and dealing with stress and mental blocks that keep us from getting results.
His 12 elements include exercise, mind, emotions, boundless wealth and happiness, while taking care of your body.
While Hurley talks about prosperity, he consistently states that health comes before wealth. He deals with the mind’s power to serve as an asset or detriment, which we’ve heard before, with ideas such as being open to the universe, and eliminating negative self-talk. But Hurley goes into the functions of the subconscious mind, helping you understand how to change your thinking, as he provides techniques and tools for change.
Everything we absorb in our everyday existence affects us not only consciously, but unconsciously as well. … Why? Because what gets fed into our conscious goes into our subconscious. Remember, the way you are, and the way you act now is the way you were previously wired.
Boundless urges you to seek the benefits of stress reduction from resistance exercise. Strenuous physical activity reduces stress, anger, and anxiety. The resulting endorphins make the body and mind feel heightened, so we feel happy and improve our self-esteem.
It’s no surprise that someone as fit-focused as Hurley would also be a nutrition pro. Read the “How to Eat Right” section, where he drives home the point that health is the #1 component in attaining what you desire. It’s an interesting nutrition section, where I stopped to brew a cup of the recommended green tea, and read with interest about the life-giving properties of a Himalayan red berry. Hurley even grades foods from A-to-F to warn you of what to avoid for optimum health.