Health is Wealth – ROI (Return on Investment) of Detoxing
Do you find yourself making excuses not to invest in your health? Have you considered the return on investment? Some investments can change your future, and investing in your health is one of them.
The biggest threat to the health of modern humans, according to the World Health Organization, is chronic systemic inflammation. It is a precursor to cancer, diabetes, heart disease, among others. But what if you could invest in habits that will prevent you from suffering from these later on in your life? What is the price of health?
Listen to the episode to learn more about where to start investing in your health and what your return on investment will be.
What you’ll get out of tuning in:
- How to start investing in your body
- How to feel great at any age
- What is the return on investment on your habits?
Links Mentioned in Episode:
- Saving money by being healthier
- The advantage of seeing your culture from afar
- Choosing your personal velocity of change
- 3:09 Investing in your health and the role of detox
- 11:47 The importance of having a health guide
- 21:39 The power of surrounding yourself with wisdom
- 38:52 Symptoms of toxicity in your body
- 47:01 Changing your health at any age
Andy has over 30 years of experience successfully helping businesses improve by developing and executing meaningful strategies focused on the long-term success of the business. Andy has held senior roles in a number of large multinational corporations including E*Trade, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, Societe Generale, and Coopers & Lybrand (PWC) – often as a Chief Operating Officer or an in-house consultant.
As he was recently looking to pivot away from large companies and become more entrepreneurial, he has now partnered with his cousin, Cate Stillman, to help grow Yogahealer – leveraging his skills and experience. He is motivated by helping others and finds intrinsic value in solving complex issues large and small – putting the business in a better place and better positioned to grow.
He enjoys working across multiple levels of the organization. He approaches problems with no preconceived notions and relies on a data-driven approach. His orientation is towards simplification, transparency, holistic pragmatism, leveraging tools, and managing risk effectively.