Most of us see aging as inevitable; therefore, we regard as ‘normal’ those so-called aging symptoms! Are guilty of doing nothing about those symptoms or are you actually trying to make changes?

Do you want to learn how you can age healthily by design instead of just by chance?
Do you want to know things you can do to starting making a change in your lifestyle?
Would you like to live a new life and let go of the mistakes of the past?

Listen to this episode with Jan McLeod, the Founder and Director of ‘Mad for Health’.

Jan McLeod is a coach, mentor, speaker, and nutritionist. She is a well-being advocate whose aim is to educate, empower, and inspire you to cultivate “wellbeing by design” (rather than leave it to chance). She describes this method as a philosophy and a framework for building well-being, and to live a fulfilled, successful, and healthy personal and professional life.

In this episode, Jan unravels ways you can age healthily by making small changes… that soon get big!
She talks about people not really planning for a healthy aging routine and how people ignore the symptoms.
She also discusses how a small change can start a chain reaction to more and more positive change.

What you will learn from this episode:

  • Discover the mistakes of leaving your aging process to chance;
  • Understand how having the courage to take a step and make a change positively affects your lifestyle; and
  • Find out how you can make aging healthy by design with Jan’s simple method

 

Don’t worry if you’re not perfect; you don’t need to be. Jan McLeod

Download Rob’s ‘Breakfast of Brilliance‘ Lifestyle Recipe at https://theartofhealth.fit/breakfast-of-brill/

Valuable Free Resource:

Visit https://madforhealth.com.au/healthy-ageing-by-design/ and download Jan’s free cheat sheet specially made for you!

Topics Covered: 

02:12 – The biggest challenge that people face as they age with regard to staying fit, well, and positive: People do not plan for a healthy lifestyle/aging.

03:53 – The common mistakes or misconceptions that people have about solving that problem of trying to do too much: (1) People see it as a problem to solve rather than something to embrace, work with and adjust to; (2) People think it’s inevitable so they start to normalize signs and symptoms; (3) People haven’t connected the link between preventative well-being choices and habits with the quality of their well-being yet.

07:56 – The number one tip; a tangible specific action that people could implement right away: Do a well-being audit, rate your energy out of 10, record symptoms, and make one change.

10:38 – Free resource: Visit https://madforhealth.com.au/healthy-ageing-by-design/ and download Jan’s free cheat sheet specially made for you!

Takeaways: 

“Aging can be confronting. It can challenge who you are, how you see yourself, and actually how you might want to continue to live out your life.” – Jan McLeod

“Chronic disease doesn’t necessarily come with aging.” – Jan McLeod

“Change is very difficult. To make a change takes effort.” – Jan McLeod

“We have something called a cornerstone habit. If you can just identify that one change, it’ll lead to more changes.” – Jan McLeod

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