Increased Health, Increased Wealth

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Increased Health, Increased Wealth

  1. 1. Increased Health, increased wealth<br />Practical ways to help you fit regular exercise into your daily routine <br />
  2. 2. You’re BUSY…..<br />..with a seemingly never ending list of tasks to complete everyday<br />..with handling your personal and professional relationships<br />..with dealing with employees <br /> and /or investors<br />..and much much more<br />
  3. 3. You’re so busy you can forget about yourself<br />It is very easy to let happen, but it can be a very dangerous pattern for both your health and business<br />The good news is that IT IS NEVER TOO LATE to start a new pattern that includes regular exercise<br />
  4. 4. How To Get Past Barriers<br />
  5. 5. Common Barriers to Regular Exercise Routines<br />There are many different types of exercise activities that require little, if any, financial investment<br />
  6. 6. Barriers continued..<br />To achieve health benefits we should aim for a minimum of 30 minutes on most days of the week. Breaking this up into 3 ten minute sessions is a good start<br />
  7. 7. Barriers continued..<br />Exercise can be a very social<br />activity and can help your <br />networking. Also, by participating in social events (Sun Run) you can get yourself in the<br />public eye<br />
  8. 8. Ways Exercise Can Help You Save Money<br />-Reduce number of visits to chiropractors, massage therapists, and other related professionals<br />-Healthy living inspires healthy practices so you’ll be less likely to spend money on unhealthy snack foods and products<br />-Less money spent on fad exercise videos, diets, and equipment<br />-Decreased time away from work due to sickness<br />
  9. 9. What Else Can It Do?<br />-Improve your posture allowing you to hold yourself more upright displaying confidence and maintaining your presence<br />-Improve your memory and thinking processes as blood, oxygen and nutrients get pushed into the brain<br />-Increase your energy and the body’s metabolism <br />-Ease tension on your joints as the muscles strengthen (arthritis)<br />
  10. 10. And For Your BusinessIt Can……<br />Improve:<br />-Stress management<br />-Morale<br />-Work performance<br />-Job satisfaction<br />-Communication<br />-Productivity<br />Reduce:<br />-Absenteeism<br />-Employee turnover<br />-Healthcare costs<br />-Workplace injuries<br />-Poor performance<br />+<br />=<br />
  11. 11. How Much Would You Pay For…. <br />-Lower stress levels<br />-Increased daily energy <br />-Increased self esteem and confidence<br />-Increased mental focus<br />-Better sleeping patterns<br />-Increased metabolism & body weight management<br />-Stronger muscles and bones (including the heart)<br />-Decreased blood pressure<br />
  12. 12. Or Would You Rather…<br />-High blood pressure<br />-Increased stress levels<br />-Tightened and weakened muscles and bones<br />-Slowing metabolism<br />-Decreased energy levels<br />-Increased chance of developing chronic <br /> illnesses<br />YOU GET THE PICTURE<br />
  13. 13. The Choice is Yours<br />Exercise is an investment in yourself to help<br /> make you become more healthy and effective in <br /> your daily routines<br />Like your business, the “payoff”, or return on investment, is something that comes in time. Without focus, dedication and a strong sense of discipline you are setting yourself up for many hardships<br />This can lead to an early “exit” and that is<br /> not an exit strategy you want to experience <br />
  14. 14. Contact Information<br />Josh Ogilvie<br />Cell: 604 842-1794<br />Email: joshogilvie4@yahoo.com<br />

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