Your poor health affects not only you but also the people around you. Thus, in this Expert Insight Interview, Tim James discusses how we can make a significant life change by adopting a healthy lifestyle. Tim James is a high-performance health coach and a host of The Health Hero Show podcast.
The interview discusses:
- Choosing to heal your body
- How to sustain the change
- Health as priority
Choose to Heal Your Body
Many people start changing their dieting habits only when they hear a terrifying diagnosis from a doctor. It is better to detox your body as your resolution to have a healthier lifestyle. Taking out meat, dairy, sugar, salty foods, and going for all plant-based diet will make you start waking up as a completely new person, and it can heal your body inside and outside. The secret is in healing your body and then learning how to maintain it.
Sustain the Change
Every change is hard, especially a drastic one requiring a complete change of eating habits and taking out all junk food that we are very used to eat nowadays. People start enthusiastically but slowly give up on it. Having the support of a person or a place specializing in this area and staying committed to your word is crucial.
Healing yourself means changing the environment as not being in a toxic relationship and other stressful situations. When we feel unhappy or stressed, our body reacts to it. However, improving one area of life will lead the others to improve as well. If you start eating healthier, you will automatically feel more energized, focused, and willing to change the other aspects of your life that make you unhappy too.
Health as a Must
Research shows that health and building relationships are the two most important things for people. Thus, our health must be our priority even though we live in a culture where sometimes we choose to overlook our health due to other less important stuff. Four core things to do that will immediately make us feel better are to drink a lot of purified water, chew the food right, avoid liquids with eating food and work on our breath before eating to return our body to the rest and digest mood.
Saying your commitment to changing your lifestyle externally and out load is an excellent motivation driver. This process starts with baby steps, but it builds up to great results over time. The key is to want to live a happy and healthy life now and in the future.
John is the Amazon bestselling author of Winning the Battle for Sales: Lessons on Closing Every Deal from the World’s Greatest Military Victories and Social Upheaval: How to Win at Social Selling. A globally acknowledged Sales & Marketing thought leader, speaker, and strategist. He is CSMO at Pipeliner CRM. In his spare time, John is an avid Martial Artist.