The one thing 40-60 year old men can’t afford to do.
According to John Woodall, there are 5 seasons in a man’s life.
Birth – 20: Foundation. You’re being influenced by every around you.
20 – 30: Preparation. You’re gathering education and experiences that will shape your future choices in lifestyle, love, and career.
30 – 40: Initiation: Narrowing in on whom you are. Learning your strengths, weaknesses, passions, and purposes at home and work.
40 – 60: Domination: Applying your foundation, preparation, and initiation to make your mark on this world and setting up your legacy.
60+: Consolidation: Narrowing in your legacy and resolving hurt relationships.
With that in mind, what’s the #1 thing 40-60 year old men can’t afford to do? They, me, can’t afford to get sick. These will be your greatest income earning years, your greatest relationships building years with your kids and spouse, and the quickest way to have all this blow up is to get sick.
I’m not talking about colds and the flu. I’m talking about chronic illness. I’m talking about the fatigue and brain fog that leave you questioning your abilities as a provider. I’m talking about that extra weight that doesn’t allow you to be active with your kids. I’m talking about that lack of drive and passion that got you through your 20s and 30s. And what about those medications? Do healthy people take them?
You blame it on being burned out. You’re not burned out, you’re sick.
Naturally, the only solution is to get healthy. In fact there’s no greater determining factor of your quality of life and happiness than your health expression.
But many like you come up with the biggest lie, “I can’t afford to get healthy.” I want to challenge your mindset and turn that statement around a bit to say, “I can’t afford to get sick.”
The reality is that you’re secretly scared. You can’t afford to get healthy because you’re trying to play by the rules and following the traditional healthcare model that you saw your parents went through. I get it. My father passed away from a 7 year battle with Alzheimer’s. At the end, they were paying $4,000 per week for in home care that was nothing more than glorified baby sitting.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. You don’t have to follow in the steps of your folk’s battle with chronic illness. And if you really want to dominate your domination years, you definitely can’t do it the way they did it. You need to be at your peak performance and that’s what specialize in. We help you be the best version of YOU.
It’s not for everybody. You will have to make changes. You will have to sacrifice. But if the fatigue, brain fog, and worry about providing for your family is starting to weigh on you, time isn’t on your side. These 2 decades are all about capitalizing on all the ground work from the previous 40 years.
Where Do You Start?
Focus on Fat. I challenge you to set your macro ratios at at least 50% fat. Have no idea what I’m talking about? Start here.
Time Restricted Eating. Pick an 8-10 hour window to eat your food. Push your breakfast out until 10am and be done eating by 6pm.