What It REALLY Means to Be Healthy & How to Capture Attention in a Distracted World
Published June 6, 2017
38 min
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    You know that strawberries, garlic, tomatoes and broccoli are good for you but interestingly, how you cook them can make them more – or less - healthy. I’ll explore that in this episode. Then, how well do you take care of your health and well-being? In order to really take good care of your health, you need to understand what good health looks like. Matthew Edlund, M.D. and author of the book Healthy Without Health Insurance (http://amzn.to/2qZCdBT) offers an interesting and insightful view of your health and how to nurture it. Also, how does anyone NOT like the “Every Day Low Prices” policy at a store? It’s interesting because it seems to make all the sense in the world and yet a lot of shoppers don’t like it – and prefer a different policy instead. Plus, how do you grab and people’s attention in a world where attention spans are shrinking – drastically? Paul Hellman, author of the book, You’ve Got 8 Seconds (http://amzn.to/2saKfMF) explains how you can capture people’s attention and keep it by using the right techniques and strategies in today’s distracted world.
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