exploring health as a form of wealth
If you're like most people in the financial industry, you don't have a wellness plan, but you probably have a meticulously crafted financial plan that you review monthly, quarterly, or at least annually, right?
Health is pretty important - usually in the top 3 priorities for most people and number one for retirees, so why do you think so many of us 'wing it' and then hope for the best?
In the advisors I've spoken to, the ones who maintain their health or have done a 180 are the ones who have a plan - like an actual articulated plan with general guidelines, frameworks, and goals - just like a financial plan.
It's unfortunate, but people in finance are typically at a higher risk for health issues because of the nature of the job (high stress and sedentariness), so their need for a wellness plan is even more important.
That's why I'm inviting those who'd like to lose 15-50 lbs (without resorting to extreme measures) to learn about my strategic roadmap for long term health.
I'm hosting a 6-week strategy workshop where I walk you through the process of creating your "wellth" plan.
We cut through the confusion, teach your body how to burn fat as a fuel source (without giving up carbs), and build 'high ROI' routines to see the best results with the least effort. You walk away with an actual plan in your hands and 20 years worth of the best tips, tricks, and frameworks to be successful.
If this sounds interesting, learn more here:
~ the girl named Stevyn
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