“When health is absent, wealth is useless” — Herophilus (Ancient Greek Physician)
For the last two years I have taken a different approach to business; the key ingredient…scheduled fitness.
In order to make important business decision throughout the year, business owners need to have a clear mind, and fitness helps achieve this goal.
FITNESS + SCHEDULING = REDUCED STRESS
Six tips you can use in 2016?
- Schedule your fitness like any other meeting — ADD TO CALENDAR NOW
- Home fitness plan
- Don’t overdo it, 15–20 minutes is all you need
- Yoga — Namast’improve’myday
- Track your progress — Mapmyrun.com
- Add variety to your workouts
Make it a habit by scheduling fitness like any other important meeting in your day. Having a consistent schedule will help you!
Three bonus tips to improved work health…
- Eat healthy and drink a lot of water
- Get a stand up desk — Google Stand Up Desks
- Download an app that will remind you to stand — Stand up app
The relationship between your finances and your health status and behaviors is strong and complex. — www.tennessean.com
You might be asking yourself, “how does this help my business health?”
Over the past two years I’ve increased my overall business productivity, which has lead to increased revenue. Working 10 hour days does not phase me, and having energy to spare gives me the additional creative thinking that I need for business growth.
Scheduled fitness makes it my most important business “meeting” of the day, I even think of creative ideas to approach difficult problems while performing my daily fitness routine.
There is definitely a direct correlation to my business growth and scheduled fitness. It has also led to balanced happiness, and who does not want more of that:)
Go ahead, open up your calendar NOW, and add to your bottom line through the power of scheduled fitness.
It may help to work out in the morning before your day gets away from you, says kinesiologist Lynette Craft, PhD. She’s an assistant professor of preventive medicine at Northwestern University. — WebMD
Six exercise excuses by webmd.com and ways to eliminate those excuses.
- Exercise Excuse No. 1: ‘I Don’t Have Time.’
- Exercise Excuse No. 2: ‘I’m Too Tired.’
- Exercise Excuse No. 3: ‘I Don’t Get a Break From the Kids.’
- Exercise Excuse No. 4: ‘Exercise Is Boring.’
- Exercise Excuse No. 5: ‘I Just Don’t Like to Move.’
- Exercise Excuse No. 6: ‘I’ve Tried Before.’
How to beat the common excuses by visiting www.webmd.com
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