The 6th Area: External Physical – Your Money and Your Property.

External physical assets – your money and your property – are the things that you own. They’re not just the stuff inside your wallet or on your desk. They’re the house, the car, the furniture, the food, and even the clothes on your back.

The sixth area is external physical. It Includes:

Your Wealth, as in Finances and Money

Financial independence is many people’s dream. But like all dreams, it comes true for some people while others struggle to make ends meet. Those who have achieved financial independence see money as something to invest and save, not spend. The key to becoming financially independent is living below your means, which requires discipline.

Your Property, as in House and Car

Most of us like our homes and cars to look nice, but if those things are not functioning properly or if they have any major issues, we might get irritated with them. On the other hand, some of us like to keep things running just fine—even if they’re not perfect. But if we do need to take care of something, we might be motivated to fix it as soon as possible.

Some people spend a lot of time, effort, and money on their house and car, and others prefer to spend their time and money on hobbies, travel, or education. 

While there’s no right or wrong way to live your life, you can learn how to be happy and content with whatever you have. If you’re happy with the way your life is going, you might find that you can enjoy the many things in life, regardless of what you own. If you’re unhappy with the way your life is going, you might feel trapped, bored, and frustrated with yourself and others. You don’t need to make big changes in your life to be happy.

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Your Tools and Equipment

The next item you need to consider is your tools and equipment. Your tools can have a profound effect on how effectively you execute your strategies. 

They will also affect the quality of your work. If you are serious about the project you are working on, I would recommend purchasing quality tools that are designed for the job. 

Quality will last a lifetime.

“I am too poor to buy cheap rubbish”

Your Resources

Resources are what you need to succeed. They are the tools, materials, information, and skills that will help you achieve your goals. Without the right resources, you’ll never get very far.

Your Environment

Your environment affects the way that you live your life, the way that you interact with others, and the way that you approach your business. These three things are related, and they are also all affected by the environment in which you choose to work in.

If the space you work in is not conducive to productivity, you’ll never be able to focus long enough to really achieve anything. We’re all human. We need some sort of space in which we can focus. It doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to have a home office, but having a place to be alone with your thoughts and your work will give you the space you need.

People who spend time in natural environments are happier. The connection between nature and human health has been around for quite some time. Research shows that people who spend time in natural settings report less depression, stress, anxiety, and heart disease. Nature provides a restorative effect on the mind, body, and spirit. Natural environments have a calming effect, helping us to relax and focus. We know that physical exercise is necessary to maintain our health, and we also know that diet plays a big role in keeping us healthy and strong. But research shows that being in nature can provide us with a boost in our energy levels and our mood. Being around trees and plants can even help with sleep problems.