The Healthy x Wealthy Executive Athlete Manifesto

Healthy Wealthy Executive Athletes are equally obsessed with their career, relationship, wellness, social life, and everything in between.

Healthy Wealthy Executive Athletes are well-rounded peak performers who strive to show up in all aspects of their lives

Here are the 7 standards we live by:

1. Live on the edge of your comfort zone where all the excitement happens.

When you catch yourself feeling triggered or scared, say this mantra to label the moment so your brain understands what it’s dealing with, “This is resistance. I’m going to run towards it.” Repeat. You’ll rewire your brain to run toward challenges.

2. Do hard things, especially if it scares you or you don’t want to do it.

Don’t chase easy. The human condition is to suffer and you can learn how to make it feel effortless by purposely immersing yourself into uncomfortable situations to build grit.

Nothing worthwhile comes easy.

3. Confront the comfort crisis by future-proofing your mind.

Don’t become naïve and complacent in the world that’s never going to slow down for you. Instead of playing victim, take accountability and grow with the flow.

Embody exponential growth, insatiable curiosity, and relentless perseverance to stay ahead of the game. Overwhelmed? Take it one day at a time and focus on the journey. Change takes time.

4. Harness paradigm shifts to live extraordinary lives and do extraordinary things.

Insights rarely equate to action. You may have to listen to advice repeatedly until it finally clicks in your brain for you to take action.

That moment is a paradigm shift— a metamorphosis. You find clarity. You have an epiphany— your worldview shatters. The world as you knew it is suddenly gone, and you see everything as if it were for the first time.

5. Never say no to cake. Eat the cake. We strive for balance and no-guilt lifestyles.

Balance is the hardest thing to achieve otherwise we’ll be living in utopia. However, work/life balance is a myth and it’ll never be perfect —but at least you can try.

Apply the Pareto Principle (80/20 rule): as long as 80% of your habits are good, don’t sweat about the 20%. One life to live.

6. Have confidence in yourself to solve your own problems.

Every time you show up *for yourself *to solve a problem, you’re communicating to your brain that you can do it. This builds confidence over time. Have relentless faith in yourself and don’t be afraid to take risks.

Nobody is coming to save you but yourself.

7. How you do one thing is how you do everything.

How do you SHOW UP? What time do you wake up? What do you eat? How are your relationships? How often do you work out? Who do you hang with? What time do you leave the party? How do you treat service staff? Do you show up consistently?

Set those standards for yourself, and live and die by them. Your standards are your identity.

Your Next Step: Ready To Level Up?

Now, many people are unable to see past their limiting beliefs because they don’t have control of their biology. Take back control of your physiology to create confidence and higher emotions, leading to better habits, decisions and outcomes.

See the link there? It all goes back to YOU: mind + body + spirit. We can show you how:

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🌿 HEALTH: peak performance & flow coach, holistic nutritionist, cyclist, athlete. 💸 WEALTH: Serial entrepreneur, agency owner, creative strategist, writer, columnist, designer, web developer, copy-writer, digital marketer, e-commerce consultant. 🔥 INTJ. Libra. Contrarian thinker. Loves to be intellectually stimulated. READ MY STORY →

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I want you to be equally obsessed with your career, relationships, wellness, social life, and everything in between… by learning to live on the edge of your comfort zone.

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