Investing or not in your health, what are the risks?
If you do nothing today to prevent it, you have 100% chance of confirming the statistics. This means as you age you are closer to dying from heart failure or degenerative disease and becoming sick.
The consequences: not able to work anymore BUT, plagued with heavy sick care bills and broke. Keep in mind that an average of 3 days of sickness costs around $400 per month.
Now, for $300 a month in clean water, complete cellular nutrition, a few simple healthy habits what do you have? You have about 85% chance of not getting sick at all. What more? You’ll slow down ageing and as a result, you’ll be living a vibrant and prolonged lifestyle.
What is the least risky decision? Investing or not?
Taken from Wendy Myers Detox article:
Dehydration belies why the US is such a sick nation. There are many dangers of dehydration. Without adequate water intake, you cannot eliminate waste products, acidity, and toxins, initiating pain and disease. Dr. Batmanghelidj studied and researched water for 22 years and was one of the first modern doctors to claim that hydration prevents and treats a vast array of illnesses. His book, Your Body’s Many Cries for Water, attributes most pain and sickness simply to chronic dehydration. You can read about his work on his website, Watercure.com.
I discovered the miracle of water this year. I knew it was important but not that important.
I understand now the saying ”Change your water, change your life”
A few years ago when I retired from retirement I got involved in a new way of marketing. Building marketing channels with social media.
I only had my old school of thinking skills that was good in the 80s. Grinding on social media is a form of spamming in the end and not fun for anyone.
I had too many people I knew who would go silent on me. Even those who showed some initial interest in my offers and proposals.
Here are some reasons why people go silent on you and a few tips if you want to create a serious organization:
✔ You are not listening to them. Tip: Get Chris Voss book ”Never Split The Difference” to learn how to negotiate and get them to say ”NO” first.
✔ They lost influence on their side of the table – somebody talked them out of it. Tip: Read Chriss Voss blog post ”The Top 4 ‘No-Oriented’ Questions” this will make your life so much easier.
Which one do you feel you’d need to put in place right away?
Would love to hear from you, leave that answer in the comment below.
Have a great day!
The Art of Breathing.
I’ve read that book at the beginning of the year and I strongly recommend it. This is the very short version and if your health is high on your priority list, you’ve got to watch this!
“The task of leadership, the first task of concerned people, is not to condemn or castigate or deplore; it is to search out the reason for disillusionment and alienation, the rationale of protest and dissent— perhaps, indeed, to learn from it.” — Robert F. Kennedy
If you plan to live up to your commitment to having a fantastic life, you’re going to need to stand up for yourself when conflicts occur. You can be ineffective at resolving conflicts, weather the resulting storms, and still be committed to your purpose— the commitment is the most important thing— but there are some skills you can learn that make handling conflict a whole lot easier.
We are what we do. We are not what we think, or what we feel, or what we say, we are what we do. Actions do indeed speak louder than words is one of those undeniable life lessons.