health

          Most people worry about their financial health.  Work, make more money.
Get more stressed – make more money.  I have just one question?  If your health gets so bad
that you can’t enjoy living, then what good is all of that money going to do you?  Not much.

                                             

                     So the debate goes on – which one is more important?

 

        We all want and need money, and most of us want to be healthy.  The difficulty comes
when we want to go to the gym, but have to work on that important project at work that will
require staying late every night for the next two weeks.  Then out of town for meetings, then . . .

            If you have a family, are making minimal money, or are maybe climbing that all important
“Corporate Ladder” of one sort or another, then you are likely to choose staying late and putting in all those additional hours of work in order to keep the money coming in. This is certainly a very commendable, and often necessary thing to do.  However, it is also important to keep fit and healthy in addition to making those extra dollars. 

           The big question is:How do we strike that balance that will help us to get the work done that we require, and maintain a maximum level of health at the same time?

                       Let’s face it.  If it comes down to getting exercise, or working for extra money on that paycheck, then the paycheck almost always comes first.  Right?  What if you could still get that paycheck money, AND get in enough exercise to stay healthy?  

            You know that you should get some exercise, but you never have the time.  What if I told you that you could change all of that?  If you can find only 15 minutes in your day, you can stay fit and healthy.

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