One reason guys do not get the results they really want is that they prioritize other areas of their life over their health.
What these men do not understand – or choose not to heed – is the health paradox.
Let’s look at an example.
When there is low oxygen in an airplane, the oxygen masks drop down.
A flight attendant instructs you to put your oxygen mask on first, before helping others.
Because if you don’t take care of yourself first, you won’t be able to help others.
If you have excellent vitality in peak health, will you be able to:
Be better at your career?
Make more money?
Be a better father & husband?
Be in a better mood in general?
Most men will answer definitively, “Yes”.
When you put your family or career before your own health, you sacrifice your ability to give to your family or perform your best at work, AND you sacrifice your health.
That is the Health Paradox.
Of course, there are times when we must sacrifice our health to care for others. You probably won’t sleep very well when you have a newborn, right?
Here is a diagram that explains conceptually how many men live:
Here’s another option:
In some cultures, health and vitality don’t require any thought. It’s just the way of life.
In the U.S., however, this is not the case.
There is no belief system or set of principles we all agree upon. It’s a blessing and a curse. Another paradox!
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