Highlights of today’s show:
- The “4-1-1 on” series continues with guest Lucas Seipp-Williams
- Living a healthy lifestyle is more than just what you eat everyday
- Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is about remembering your “why”
- What have you had to cut back on to make up for the increase in social security?
- Moving up the ranking chart on Stitcher . . . thanks to you, the listener
Lucas Seipp-Williams from BaltimoreHealthCoach.com joins us on today’s show to talk about living a healthy lifestyle. Lucas has been a health coach since 2006. He started getting into coaching after looking at himself and his family’s health situation, which inspired him to start looking at his life. He enjoys coaching because it allows him to show others how good life can get.
To Lucas, living a healthy lifestyle means understanding ourselves better. He has the experience that having good healthy behaviors links to other areas of our lives. The tendencies he has seen people exhibit that have led to lasting changes include knowing what your “why” is, telling everybody you know, and getting early victories. Accountability is critical to seeing change in your life and having people hold you accountable is a sign of strength, not weakness.
You can find more about Lucas at his websites and on social media
In addition, I would love to hear how you are adjusting your budget to compensate for the decrease in your take-home pay due to the expiration of the 2% decrease in Social Security payroll taxes. You can share your answer at the JW’s Financial Coaching community Facebook page.
Also I want to thank all those who listen to the podcast via Stitcher. Over half our listening audience listens to the show via Stitcher and after looking at the latest business podcast rankings, the JW’s Financial Coaching podcast is ranked #62 amongst business podcasts. Thanks so much to those listening to the show on Stitcher; we couldn’t do it without your support. Now it is up to me to improve the podcast to the point where it gets ranked in the top 25!
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