exploring health as a form of wealth
Does it surprise anyone else that financial advisors have a hard time staying healthy?
They already have the skillset for success:
They usually apply these skills to money and financial health, but they are the same skills needed to stay healthy.
Unfortunately, this industry has a higher incidence of stress, sedentariness, and pre-mature death than other careers.
Why is it so hard to transfer the skills and behaviors they already have to taking care of their health?
I believe it's because they aren't treating their health like an asset.
Health is an asset that pays dividends now and in the future. Quality of life and financial stability are directly linked to health.
When advisors begin to look at their health in this light, they see health as a priority that aligns with their messaging to clients.
Here's how to treat your health like an asset:
The result is better health, more confidence, and a longer healthspan.
We do all of this in the strategy workshop called the WellthPLAN. Join me if you would like help turning your health into your most valuable asset.
~ the girl named Stevyn