Health has 3 key dimensions. Physical, mental, emotional; and all 3 need to be carefully managed and put ahead of work and your family life. If you don’t put yourself first, then you aren’t going to be in the best position to help others.
When I meet a potential new client or generally chat to people on the work that I do with clients, I see a common theme. There is a genuine interest in performing better, having more energy and being healthier but when I start talking about living much longer the level of interest, intrigue and wonder goes through the roof.
Most of us want to live longer and many of us don’t think about dying; we push it to the back of our minds and focus on the day ahead. It scares the crap out of us to think about dying, those that we would leave behind and not living our lives to the max.
I have a few questions that I want you to answer:
If your answer was ‘I don’t want another 30-40 good years’, then ask yourself:
what is going on in your life right now?
what can you change?
where is your purpose?
Nobody wants to live a long life, losing their mind and not being mobile. So when I say ‘good’ years, I mean having the mind and body of somebody who is much younger. This may seem like science fiction and 5-10 years ago it was. However, the good news is that there are now billions being spent on researching human longevity and I’m really excited by it, especially for my 8-year-old son who will benefit from longevity science long after I’ve left this life.
Longevity science isn’t about some magical new supplements that reverse ageing but are focused on:
It’s not expensive or complex and a few simple changes can make a huge difference.
If you embark on a longevity strategy to give yourself another 30-40 good years, then you will notice the following:
If you just focus on your health and energy you will see some significant benefits but focusing on your longevity is a real game changer.
Here are three things that you can do to help with your longevity, health, energy and performance: