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Health and Hustle: Wellness for Entrepreneurs #MakingBank #S8E49

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Welcome back to Making Bank. In today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with Rowena Gates, John Madsen, Glenn Dawson, Dr. Anthony Balduzzi, Drew Canole, Nicholas Bayerle and Jim Kwik and in this episode, you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.

(3:25) Rowena Gates
We enhance protein function by facilitating their proper folding, as proteins must adopt a specific 3D structure to be effective. Our technology modifies the cellular water environment, optimizing it to support the proteins in achieving their correct conformation.
(8:54) John Madsen
Many people, especially high-performing businessmen, turn to diets like intermittent fasting, keto, or paleo because of their clear rules and initial success. However, these diets often plateau, leaving them puzzled about their stalled progress. For lasting success, focus on balanced nutrition and long-term lifestyle changes.
(13:03) Glenn Dawson
Health doesn’t have to be your number one focus—you’re not a professional athlete. No one expects you to bench press 300 lbs or run a 4.3-second 40-yard dash. Instead, aim for a balanced approach that fits your lifestyle.

(19:33) Dr. Anthony Balduzzi
Success starts at home, beginning with your environment. By creating a space that supports physical, financial, emotional, and spiritual well-being, everything else will fall into place.Focus on building a nurturing environment to thrive in all areas of life.

(24:01) Drew Canole
As an entrepreneur, you should invest as much time in your health as you do in pursuing a Lamborghini or the latest car. Your health is the foundation of your success. Prioritize your well-being to achieve sustainable success.
(29:07) Nicholas Bayerle
If health is your number one priority, no one can stop you from breathing, drinking, sleeping, eating, and exercising. You already do four out of five of these every day, even if you’re unhealthy. Take control and make conscious choices to improve your well-being.
(33:35) Jim Kwik
It’s easy to complicate things, especially as entrepreneurs who know so much about a subject. Real genius lies in making things simple and doable so you can stay consistent. If your routine involves 30 different supplements and complex steps, it’s often not sustainable. Focus on simplicity and consistency for lasting success.