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DPB 103: Yuliya Chernykhovskaya on How to Live Healthy at Work

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

In Episode 103, I'm joined by my good friend, Yuliya Chernykhovskaya, a health and wellness coach who is helping people live the best version of life as possible.  

Yuliya shares some powerful insights into the importance of healthy living and what role that plays in dominating your career. 

Sadly, healthy living isn't something that often gets associated with career, but Yuliya shares her insights into how they are one in the same. Your health is as much a part of the job as everything else you're pursuing. 

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We'd also love your help spreading the word. We're on a mission to empower automotive professionals around the world! 

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Welcome to the dealer playbook podcast. My name is Michael Cirillo, and each week I sit down with the brightest minds and marketing, sales and leadership to help you level up your career in automotive thank you so much for spending your time here with me today. Now let's open up the playbook. Here we go. All right, back with another episode of the Dealer Playbook Podcast, and today I'm really excited about our subject matter. I've got my friend Yuliah, who's a health and wellness coach, joining us on the show to talk about how health and wellness can help you develop a career of fulfillment, of happiness, of success. All this and more on the dealer Playbo podcast. Here we go. All right, so I'm sitting down now with my friend. Okay, this this woman I've known for what like a year now, over a year we creby. You've been through some highs and we've been through some lows together. Oh yeah, the highest highs, my friend, Ulie. Yeah, I'm going to try this, okay, and you're going to have to correct me. Here we go. Chevnikovskaya, all right, close, okay, hit me. What is it? How do you say Oh yeah, that was so that was such an Amerror. I was like trying to roll my rs and like, okay, say it one more time because I want to get it churn Ahskaya. Oh so you don't actually pronounce the K. Yes, it's a silent K. I think my family came up with that. This has absolutely nothing to do with the direction we're about to go in this episode, but I'm stoked either way. It's like I've known you for this long and I've just I it's just first name basis, like yeah, Yulia, you know I never why bother last names. Details, details anyway. So super pumped to have me on the show. Thanks for taking the time. I'm stoked about this because this is a direction. In the hundred and however many episodes rat now of the dealer playbook, we have never talked about this, and so I'm pumped to have you on the show. I know you're making a name out there for yourself. You got a growing audience, a nice, flourishing business here in the health and wellness space. And you know something that's always fascinated me about this. Admittedly, times in my life when I've completely neglected my health and wellness. Now I realize how much of an impact health and wellness actually has on achieving your definition of success. So I want to turn this over to you. A why?...

Why this field for you, and then be why, like how does how have you found that it impacts one's career? Yeah, to really powerful questions there. So I think for me, health and wellness is not something that I found, it's something that found me, because oftentimes we start actually caring about our health when it's at a point where we kind of have to. So that's what happened to me the week I graduated my Undergrad I have asthma, so I went to a pullm analogist and she said, Hey, you know, the rate you're going, you're going to have an oxygen tank by the time you're thirty. So it's like I should fix I should fix that. So, being like the obsessive, you know, research loving person that I am, I dove head first into really how to master your body because I did not want to, you know, just resort to being on medication for the rest of the of my life and I really wanted to find a way to make my body work for me, to take care of my asthma and to really, you know, have ultimate wellness, and so that was really the catalyst behind, you know, getting into the wellness field. I've worked as a health and wellness coach for the last four and a half years now, working on the business side of things and helping other health and wellness coaches rock their business. But one thing that I found that when someone really control of their health and wellness, every single element of your life completely changes. And it doesn't have to be insane health changes in order to get insane life and career changes to by the way. So having more energy, having more clarity, having though powerful like, you know, brain clarity, no more brain fog, you know, being excited, being a pleasure to work with, right, like no one wants to really work or buy anything from someone who's like Lifeles and you know that's feeling so hot, right. So people are really drawn to people who take care of themselves, and when you take care of yourself, that's when you can take care of others. So, whether you're selling cars, whether you know you're selling wellness programs, when you own that in yourself and you master that in yourself, you can achieve anything. Well, it's funny. You said kind of the foggy brain, because I can tell you from personal experience. I mean a lot of people know my past included like a super severe depression where I just mean, dude, balls to the walls, I let myself go. It was like slurpy Monday, Wednesday, Friday, blizzard, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, with like a full bag of potato chips. It like to just finish it all off. And like I mean, I was not taking care of myself. And I mean, when I really think about it, even in the times when I haven't been focused on my health and wellness, it has affected my ability to perform right. And so I'm thinking about you know, there's in...

...the United States there's something like two hundred and you know, maybe two to three hundred thousand car sales professionals, just for like franchise dealerships, the Toyotas, the Hondas, all these sorts of things. How many of them are probably sitting there right now going, man, I just don't feel like as sharp as I used to be. So with that, knowing that it can impact essentially every facet of your life in a positive way, why the heck is it's so hard easy? So it's so hard, because that's the idea that we've keep been given over and over and over again, that in order to become healthy, you have to work out for like two hours a day and completely deprived yourself of everything you love and stop, you know, going to social eventags. I'p going a happy hour and you know, in my mission to make this world a healthier place, I want to flip that and really show you that being healthy is not what you have to take away, it's all of the amazing things that you can add into your life and as a result, it's a snowball effect of just more good, more good, more good. Right. So it can start with just making a simple change and just having a healthier breakfast or just drinking more water throughout the day or taking a walk during lunch time and building up on that. But I think you know, with anything in life, if you go into the belief that it's all or nothing, it's going to be very difficult to succeed. So when that end goal seems so far away, it might be completely intimidating to start. So knowing that health is not a destination and it's truly a journey and it's something that just by taking little steps, you can reap those rewards right away. Like I remember when I was in school and I was dealing with depression as well and I had insane brain fog. One thing that I was doing was not drinking water. So how much you just drink out of that cup? That's about how much I would drink per week for a week. So you all goings, were all shut it down. Exactly. Seriously, my body was like, screw you, if you're not going to work for me, why am I going to work for you? And so just making that change, one little change, made me more brain agile. You know, you can say I cleared up that brain box. So little changes is what leads to true health, not this big, overwhelming, scary Harry thing. Okay, so what I love about this is, I mean when you think about the day to day grind, and this is for me, when I when I try and dissect my journey to wanting to be more healthy, you know, realizing. Okay, yeah, we hear this all over the place. Yes, you're going to have a positive of effect on your on your life and all facets you're you're going to be happier, you're going to be like you just said, more brain agile or whatever it is.

For me it was still like how do I get started? It just seems like it takes so much effort. I look at my daytoday, grind, I get up, it's like, holy crap, help two kids get ready for school, get them breakfast, get them dressed, which, by the way, the disclaimer there is my wife really does most as she's a rock star. But when you like consider everything that's going on and then the idea of a healthy breakfast, you go, dude, what, like what am I going to make? This seems like it takes so much so I love what you're saying here. It's kind of these this small step concept, like hey, any positive change is still a positive change. Where do you start? Like, when you consider the Daytoday, routine of people, you know, from the time they get up to the time they go to bed, how do they implement these small, not overwhelming things into the routine? Like what are some things that they can be doing to get the ball moving? Hey, this is Michael Surrollo from the dealer playbook podcast. Don't you find it interesting that the automotive industry has been using the Internet to do marketing for like twenty years get today, everyone's still complaining that it just isn't working the way they hoped it would. Whether the cost is too high, it's time consuming, we're not getting results, the list goes on and on. And, to make matters worse, nobody really knows who they can trust as a marketing partner. Flex dealer is an inbound marketing agency for car deals. We've invested over a million of our own dollars to identify what works and what isn't working online, so that you don't have to. Consumers don't want to be sold or pitched to. They want to be educated build relationships of trust with you and your people. Not only that, there isn't a one size fits all marketing approach that works for every dealership. Your Business is unique and it's time for car shoppers to know why they should choose you over the competition. So, if you'd like your money to go further while simultaneously increasing your sales and influence in our community, my award winning team would love to partner with you. That's why we're putting together something really special for a limited time or twenty dealers, whatever comes first. Flex dealer has a special six thousand dollar exclusive dealer playbook offer just for you. To learn more, go to triple w dot flex dealercom forward slash DPB. Now back to the show. Yeah, great question. So the first step, before you take those little steps, you have to take one big step, and that is making the decision to go all in and make those changes, because so often people dip their toe in the water, dip their toe in the water and then decide it's not for them. Right. So make the decision to take this journey, to go all in and to make these little steps. So that step one. Now, as far as a little steps, right. So one thing you're like, well, I don't have time to eat a healthy breakfast while you're eating breakfast anyway. Right, like you're spending time eating breakfast anyway. So why not take an extra hour on Sunday prepare smoothie packs that you can throw in your freezer and then during the week just throw it in the blender...

...with some coconut milk or almond milk, blend it up and you're ready to go. Right. It just takes it just takes a little bit of planning and you got an awesome, delicious breakfast on the go something with the movement, right, like making the conscious decisions to walk around for ten minutes during lunch. And now I know you're thinking like could that really make a difference? Well, the cool thing that happens is you truly become addicted to feeling good and those little baby steps. You're going to be asking for more. Right like when you eat a lunch that's full of delicious and you shishes like vegetables, whole grains and you feel awesome after that. The next day you might not want that Burger that gives you that afternoon slump. You're going to be wanting more and more and more of it. But the trick is to really take that time, you know, maybe on a Sunday, and just to plan and say, how can I make things a little bit healthier this week? You know, if you're ordering lunch out, straight up ask the waiters what are some of the healthier options you have? You know, can you put extra vegetables on there? For me, something as simple as that makes a huge difference. But again, you're only going to make these little extra efforts if you've already made that decision. Because when we haven't made that decision, those a little, a little efforts seem inconvenient as hell on. If something's inconvenient and we're busy already, we're not going to do it. Yeah, it well, it's funny too, I mean as you're as you're saying that. It makes me think about you know, I did an episode a little while ago with with my friend Grant Cardonne, who I mean, you know, new time best selling author, all these but big, internationally recognized, but health. Health is always something that he is very open about. Like you're always seeing them on snatchat working out. You're always seeing him juice, saying like he he's got the weirdest periscope sometimes, but it's like him making a juice or but what's interesting about it is that you see how important health is to the overall grand scheme of things. And one of the things that came to my mind as we were talking about this work life balance, and I typically think of the health thing goes into the life balance and we separate it from the work and he was basically talking about that. The reason that is essentially is because people go all in and become obsessed about one thing in their life and it creates all this unbalance in the other things. So we go all in on work. Oh Man, I got to get to work, Oh man, I got to make money, Oh man, I got to do this, and that obsession creates in balance in the other things that we have going on on our on in our life, like health, like family, like spirituality, whatever it might be. And his strategy was, I'm obsessed about everything in my life and that obsession about all these facets in my life creates the balance. And so I'm I think, you know, like what you're saying, to your point is there's these small things that you can do, but first you have to make this this overarching decision,...

...and I would I would submit it's even goes one step deeper, which is it's like, dude, you got to figure out what you want in life. Absolutely. I always say you can't get to your destination if you don't know what your destination is. Right it's like you don't get into your car in the morning and just decide to get in and drive somewhere and hope you wind up. Yeah, so we're good, like you're like no, I'm going to this destination and this is the route that I'm going to take to get there. So it's a sorry. I mean it reminds me of the Alice in Wonderland, the Cheshire cat, right, she arrives at this crossroads and the check, I don't even know if I'm saying that, probably the Cheshire cat or whatever, appears and and she's like which weight, which road do I take? And he says, well, where do you want to go? And she's like, I don't know, and he says, well, I guess it doesn't matter which road you take then right, and that's kind of what you're saying. It's like you have to know at some point, like do I want to be the forty three year old that has the oxygen chank that can't play with my kids anymore, or do I want to be active with them and have fun and enjoy life exactly, and something so important with that does that you have to make the decision that yes, I'm going for it and yes, I'm going to succeed, because sometimes we say yeah, I'm going for it, but hopefully I succeed. Right. No, I'm making the decision I'm going to succeed, and now the only question that's left is how quickly it's going to happen. Right. So am I going to hire a health and Wallace coach? Am I going to sign up for the gym? Am I going to sign up for like a healthy meal delivery service? Like, what support am I going to get in place in order to get there? And truly, just like everything else with business, with family, like it's you can do it alone, but it's really freaking hard. So if you've already made that decision, why not also make the decisions to get as much as support as you can possibly get in order to expedite that timeline and get their quick quicker, especially because it's going to have a ripple effect and literally every part of your life right. How, how important is where am I going? You know, there's a lot of people out there that I think, look at the Dwayne, the Rock Johnson's of the world and the Shaleen Johnson. How many more Johnson's can we come up with, Sally in the world? You know, the insanity dude, the PNIN D x Dude, I don't know their names, but we look at them and we go, Oh, yeah, that's me. I mean even even for myself, I've gone through periods of like dod like I'm striving to look like Justin timber like. But that's not that's not even my body type. Like you know, I always joke I'm the Danny de Vito Body...

...type. I'm not the you know, dance, the Justin till like. I'm never going to have that slender, thin boned kind of like you know by. So how well is knowing yourself, primarily, and the follow up to that is, how do we identify what's actually going to work for us? Do you know what I mean? Because we're just out there aimlessly chickens with our heads cut off. Try and every Oh yeah, man, I just bought Insanity and Oh man, just but Pinu ideas and I'm I'm now doing at Kins. You see, people like going all over the place, have no clue what works for them and then they get discouraged. So where do we, like, how do we figure this out? How do we know what's going to work best for us? Yeah, great question. So, you know, I'd like to compare this to a train that's like going eighty miles in the other dire in one direction, and if you try to make that same train just quickly stop and turn around and go eighty miles in the other direction, it's probably going to break. So we have to be realistic with how quickly these transformations are going to happen. And you know, I've had this happen with clients all the time who, you know, have a little bit more wait to lose. Maybe it's like thirty, forty, fifty pounds, and we've been working together a month and they're like you, I haven't lost thirty pounds yet. Is this for me? And so when and we make our goals so huge, we sometimes forget those little steps in between. So when that mount ever is, you know, seems so far away, I feel like, well, you know, I'm never going to get there, but step by step, by step you're going to. So when you're setting these goals for yourself, maybe this month your only goal is to start working out three times a week and that is an accomplishment in and of itself. The next month, maybe your pants will fit a little bit looser. The next month maybe you'll have so much energy you know you'll be waking up every morning ready to go, ready to crush your five am work outs. Now, so one step at a time and really small, attainable goals. And you know, the thing with like business and health and wellness is that with business we do tend to set these small, attainable goals, but with hell it we just make it seem like it's so far away and we forget that it's taken ten or twenty or thirty years to get to where we are right now. So it's not going to take twenty or thirty years to fix that, but it is going to take some time and it is going to be a journey. And if you want a visual, you know, inspiration, the best inspiration is yourself. If there was a picture of you from a party or, you know wherever, where you looked really good and, most importantly, you felt really good, use that as your inspiration rather than, you know, these photo shops or insane standards of bodies that we have out there. And also keep in mind those people like, you know, shantee, Schilleen, Johnson, the Rock. It's their job to look good. They have a whole team of people who are probably cooking for...

...them and, you know, personal trainers and everything like that, because it's their job to look this way. Yeah, and so baby steps, we'll get you to yeah, and it's funny what you say here, because that's that's where my mind was moving. It is their job to look this way. So so you know, stop comparing who you are to what they are. I mean you don't know what's going on behind the scenes. You know, we hear people up people off and say, man, if I got cast in that movie and I got paid twenty million bucks, I look awesome too, but we don't realize these cats are working out seven hours a day, six seven hours a day, and eating twigs and berries for like six months to get to where they are. And I don't think even necessarily we're talking about getting to look that way. And this isn't even, in my opinion, not even a weight loss conversation. It's a how can you live the best version of yourself as you possibly can live, because that impacts your business. I don't care what you are. You could be the dealer principle, the general manager, General Sales Manager, energyment do I don't need to name all the roles and responsibilities at the dealership level, the salesperson. By taking care of yourself, you are taking care of your business because, in my opinion, you are the business exactly right, exactly, and if there's no you, there is no business and there's no money. That money you've been chasing so hard doesn't exist if you don't exist exactly. And so for me, I'll tell you from my own experience, one of the biggest paradigm shifts for me was was just that, the fact that my health and wellness is as much a factor in my success as is showing up and doing sales calls, as is my inbound marketing efforts, as is my personal branding this show, because it all stems from me, and if I'm not living the best version of myself as possible, all other areas of my life fail. I'm I'm the I'm the nucleus to my world, exactly exactly, and you have to get that nucleus, as you say, in control. Like, if we can't master our own bodies, how can we master anything else in life? Truly, if we can't master our own self? And it's crazy to me, and I can talk about this for hours. It's a separate show, I think, but we think that our body is this like mysterious thing and like we have no idea how to train it. But truly, like again, you know, we keep saying try something and you'll be able to tell if it works, because you're going to feel better, you're going to be more energized or you're going to say, you know what, I really don't like this, and this is something really important that I want to make sure I mention, is that whatever you do, you have to find the fun way to do it for you. So if all of your friends...

...are doing cross fit and are getting amazing results with crossfit and you go to one class and you hate it but you love Zoomba, guess what, if you love Zoomba, you're going to go five times a week and you're going to get those results because, like with anything, consistency over time is the secret sauce. But if you go to a crossfit class like once and you hate it and you're never going to go back and you think in your mind will either crossfit or bust, then you're never going to get there right. So, whatever it is, find something that's fun, whatever exercise, whatever movement is exciting for you. I remember a period in my life where I was trying to lose over thirty pounds. The thing that was most effective for me was not the classes at the gym that I try to take and failed, but it was seriously a waking up while my coffee was brewing, I would blast music for ten minutes and just dance in my kitchen, and somehow that worked really well for me, and I truly think it's because I enjoyed it and I did it every single day. Yeah, I think sometimes we forget that our bodies were built to move to begin with, like our bodies weren't built to like just sit there and lay in bed and be stagnant and and so any movement our body is going to to just desire naturally. And it's that we've trained ourselves over a period of time to become stagnant and not move and not think properly, or learned fear or whatever it might be, and that's what puts us into this like trance. We're just walk around like a bunch of zombies. Exactly. It's like where energy goes, energy flows. Right, if it's not going it's not flowing anywhere. Like the more you move, the more energy you're going to produce and the more you're going to be able to get downe in your life. You're going to be more productive, you're going to be ready to tackle the day, you're going to deal with stress better. Right, we all have stress and stress can totally destroy us, and so when you exercise it is the best stress relief ever and you're able to keep going. I think of like some guys in our industry that inspire me. I'm not going to mention any names because I don't want to, you know, risk embarrassing anybody or whatever, but I mean I've got colleagues who, I'm not kidding you, took up ball room dancing with their spouse and like like butter in a microwave, man the that just started dripping off of them like they just became toothpicks over a short period of time. You know, there's others who just go walking. I remember when I lost my first thirty pounds, I walked four days a week. I went to like this arena, hockey arena, in town where all the old people went to work, and there's a big like stop clock up on the on the thing, and and I knew that if I did fourteen laps and thirty minutes or something like that, it was a two mile walk. And so, you know, I built myself up to this, but I love it because that was at a time of my life where I was coming out...

...of comparing myself to everybody situation and transitioning into this time of my life, which kind of goes along with what we're talking about, where it was like, you know what, Sorillo, this is your journey. Embrace your journey. If your journey looks like you walking with the old people every day, don't be embarrassed about it, don't whatever, get out and do it. And what I realized, you know, making that commitment, like we talked about earlier, like Hey, man, I'm going all in on this because I want to live a better life, I want to feel more fulfilled. It was cutting out all the junk food, cutting out the irresponsible eating, like the overeating, and walking for thirty minutes for four or five days a week. I lost thirty pounds in three months, and I know that's not going to happen for everybody, but what it helped me realize is that my body wants me to be the best version of myself, like my body doesn't want to be obese or over like my body wants me to be trim and whatever my definition of trim is, my body wants to feel good. And what I immediately realized, back to your what you said just a minute ago about, you know, the strength at being able to withstand stress and all these sorts of things. It reminds me of a suspension bridge, right, like a suspension bridge needs the support, it needs the the strength of the beams and the wires and all these sorts of things to be able to handle the stress which is put upon it. And we're kind of the same way, like we need to put mechanisms in place and things in place to strengthen ourselves so that we can handle the stress of the daytoday life, whether it's our career, how do we make more money? How do we sell more cars, whatever it might be, it really is that that central piece to achieving our definition of success, absolutely and something that I really treasure. So I'm obsessed with Tony Robins and one thing that he's huge on is our state. So the state that we are in is going to completely affect you know, how quickly we can make decisions, the quality of the decisions, the actions that we take and, you know, taking the time to take care of your body, your nutrition, eating like you love yourself, moving like you love yourself. Right, you are not only dealing with stress better, but you are putting yourself out there and the course of your life completely changes. And working out. Like, I don't know about you guys, but when I'm done with a workout or what I'm eating, a good meal, I'll leave feeling like Ye, hell yeah, I've about a cross the world, like I can do anything, you know. So being in that state all the time, you know, it's no, no surprise that you see people who get addicted to exercise, who get addicted to eating clean because it feels so good. So big takeaways for me here. You gotta decide,...

...like, stop dicking around, man. You gotta decide what do you want to achieve in your life? You need to realize that you have control. That's another big takeaway from me. You are the one in control and when you sit there stagnant, when you sit there with your excuses, when you sit there whining and moaning about how life could be better, you're actually allowing yourself to be acted upon instead of being the actor. You talked about taking some small steps right, like, do you know, do anything that's going to be a positive change for you, whether it's, like you said, drinking water. You know, if you're a chronic like Pepsi drinker, addicted to Pepsi, which I know people who are addicted to Pepsi. Get some water in there, start nourishing your mind, your body, your spirit, and you're going to see an impact on your career, whether you're a car sales professional, a real estate agent, a doctor, dentist, lawyer, freaking candlestick maker, I don't care what I whoever the rhyme is it, it's all central to what you decide to have happened in your life. Absolutely and I want to say to all those Pepsi drinkers out there, have your pepsi, but have a liter of water first and then decide if that's what you really want to have, as I like take my bottle of Pepsi and put it down on them. Just kidding me, just water here, just water. And I want to say one more thing too, because this is the dealer's play bug and we talked about cars all the time. Choose the fuel that you want to drive your vehicle with right, like, the better the fuel. She going deep now, choose. I'm writing, I'm writing this down like like I'm out of Tony Robin Seminar. Choose the fuel, man, choose the fuel seriously, upgrade that shit. Children listening now, but seriously, like, do you want to fuel yourself with crap or do you want supreme right, like it's gonna Affect the performance of your car, of your body, of Your Life? I love this. So let me ask you this. Are you open to people sending emails and asking you questions and all these sorts of things? Yeah, totally okay. So, for those listening, how can they get in touch with you so you can find me at my website, Ulei Rockscom. How'd you come up with that? Well, actually, what can I share it with you, though? I was shopping for a domain and square space suggested it to me as like, Oh, thank you, I'll take that. So I'm flattered. You're like blushing as you bought a domain. There's a great salesmanship scar space. And...

...then, if you want to email me, all my contact info is there. So all my stuff. You, Lei Rascom. Love it, Youlie. Thanks so much. I'm just going to call you you Lee now. Thanks so much for taking the time. Super Inspiring. I Love I love talking about things that drive us forward to achieve that level of success, and I'm all about dude, I'm passionate about. You know me, I'm passionate about people rising up above the clutter doing what really matters in life, taking hold, taking control and dominating. So I love this conversation. Like I said, it's something we've never we've never taught, you know the undoubtedly there's gonna be some people listen being like, what is this, Regis and Kelly, you know, all of a sudden you're time, we got the lifestyle cook but but you know what they're there are people listening right now who are going, yeah, you know what, that was the kick in the butt. I need to live the best life I possibly can. That's what the dealer playbooks all about. Man's about rising above the clutter and dominating, and so I love this. Thanks so much for joining me on the show. Okay, so some of the things that I really liked about this episode some of the points that you lea brought up. It doesn't have to be this big thing all the time. In order to have a positive impact on your life, you need to make a commitment. Hey Man, I'm going to jump all in on this. You've got to make that decision. You have to have some clarity. It's like we talked about the the Alice in wonderland analogy. If you don't know what direction you're going, it doesn't really matter what path you take. You have to choose a path, and what's so important about that, especially as it relates to health and wellness, is that it is your business, it's you, and I think that's a paradigm, that's an avenue that we don't really approach health and wellness from. And so you know, I think, and especially speaking for myself, it's tough sometimes because you want the quick results, but you want results I think sometimes based off of a fairy tale, like you haven't actually taken the time to figure out what it is that you're trying to achieve. Oh, I need to lose thirty pounds. No, calm hold, hold on a second. Are you trying to lose thirty pounds or are you trying to actually eat healthier first? And will eating healthier get you to a place where you're able to function at a higher level, be productive, handle stress at a higher level, which is going to position you to be able to lose those thirty pounds? Or before that? It is? Is it even like hey, I just need a drink more water, or I need to go on that ten minute walk during my shift to help clear the brain, get some fresh air, get the blood moving and bring me back sharper than attack. You know, health and wellness relates to your productivity. Your productivity equals focus. Focus equals living and incredible life and enjoying and leveling up your career, and not a motive. That's all I got for you today. I hope you enjoyed this...

...episode. If you did, I would love a review on itunes or a subscribe and a comment on Youtube. And you know what man is always you can. You can check out the show notes, where I'm going to link you up to Julia if you've got any questions over triple wnt the dealer playbookcom. Until next time, keep the playbook open and dumb.

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