Being successful is not just about what is seen. Being successful is not just about what is seen. There is plenty of evidence to support that living a healthy lifestyle can help improve clarity of thought, provide greater energy and a better quality of life. Consuming healthy foods and nutritional supplementation, getting regular exercise and quality rest is what your body needs to function at its optimum. A healthier life aids in reducing anxiety, stress and depression. Imagine yourself as a Ferrari. Owners of a car like this know that in order to maintain its peak performance it requires a higher level of maintenance and care; filling it with only premium fuel and oil and hiring the best technicians available. NULL
Sadly enough, most people treat themselves like a used Volkswagen leaving them unprotected from the elements of the world. Yet they want the beauty and lifestyle of a Ferrari. If we mistreat our body, we will never have the life our body was created for. The wonderful thing is it’s never too late for a major tune up. You need to invest in an extended lifetime warranty.
Optimizing your health makes you sharper and more alert, resulting in better decision making, having more confidence and a better self image. Living a healthier lifestyle can increase your wealth by gaining respect, making you more attractive to potential clients and business associates.
I believe from all the reading I have done, all the health related seminars I’ve attended and all the doctors and nutritionists I’ve talked with that there is a direct correlation between eating right and exercising, having more energy, reduced stress and a healthier all around well-being. Many people who are success driven often forget their most important asset, their body. You won’t get far running on empty. For those of you who are success driven, I am sure you want to be around to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Answer the following questions: 1. How often do you eat out per week? ________ 2. Do you eat junk foods? Yes _____ No _____ 3. Do you drink caffeinated drinks and/or sodas? Yes _____ No _____ 4. Do you exercise on a regular basis? Yes _____ No _____ 5. Do you stay up on health trends and apply them to your personal life? Yes _____ No _____ If after answering these questions and you feel it is time to take control of your health by modifying your lifestyle, take the time now to make a list of the daily/weekly changes you will make. Example:
I will start exercising three times a week. I will reduce the number of times I eat out and make healthy choices when I do. I will get a good night sleep on a regular basis. I will invest in my health by taking nutritional supplements and eating right.
• Natural Cures “They” Don’t Want You To Know About by Kevin Trudeau • Fit for Life: A New Beginning: The Ultimate Diet and Health Plan by Harvey Diamond • Diet for a New America: : How Your Food Choices Affects Your Health, Happiness, and the Future of Life on Earth by John Robbins • “The Perricone Promise” by Dr. Nicolas Perricone • Body by God by Dr. Ben Lerner
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