Now that you've identified your 'nutritional' value, what's next?
Perhaps, you may not feel confident enough to make 'nutritional' contribution to others. You may need to develop this area of your life some more.
Let's use an example. Suppose you want to be a writer. Consider these methods:
1) Decide what type of writer you want to be. Do you want to be a freelancer writing for travel magazines? Or a writer on staff at a local newspaper? Maybe you have a knack for writing children stories and need guidance to get them out of your head and onto paper.
2) Take a writing course at a local college or via the internet.
3) Visit websites in the area you're thinking of and get a feel of what other writers are writing about and their style of writing. Formulate your own style.
4) Join a writer's association to keep abreast of the latest news and changes in the industry.
5) Jot down story ideas as they come to you.
6) Formulate ideas in your niche from issues on the news.
7) Read all sorts of material to develop your vocabulary and writing skills.
Those ideas inside of you need a platform in which they can shine forth. This is a short list of ways to start. But it gives a foundation for you to begin enriching your 'nutritional' value to present it in a way that would be beneficial to others.
Fuelling words: I develop my knowledge base as I focus on reaching my goal that others may benefit from my success.
Routine: Warm-ups, stretches, aerobics, toning and strength exercises, cool down.
Visualization - keeping focus on my goal; healthy, strong and my ideal body weight and shape.
Deep breathing - relaxes the muscles and sends oxygen to the muscles where exercising alone would not reach.