Any poker players here will likely know Fedor Holtz, a super successful tournament player who reached the heights of the game like a coin going parabolic. If he had a coin of his own, it no doubt would be the next rocket to the moon. Anyway, when asked which poker book helped him most he thought for a bit and said, well none - it was the books on health and lifestyle that helped him the most. He maintains if it wasn’t for getting everything away from the table in order, he wouldn’t have been as successful as he is at poker.
I think the same applies to any kind of venture or project we want to focus on. If your body and mind run like a bag of bolts, chances are much lower of making a success out of whatever it is you’re trying to do.
Being sedentary, we should all be super mindful of making time to exercise, and getting the heart rate going at the appropriate max level for your age a few times per week. I think there’s growing research showing obesity might not be the killer we thought it was, rather the problem often being more linked to the sedentary lifestyle.
It’s all the same though: healthy mind and body will lead to better decisions.
Working out every single day is a helluva standard to set, John…