by Sean Croxton
Some people don’t like it when I talk about this.
Maybe it pushes them too far out of their comfort zone — just a bit too much reality from the podcast guy, I guess.
But this needs to be said.
When I was a diet and lifestyle coach, my job was to look for and find the root cause(s) of health conditions — digestive problems, low libido, poor memory and brain fog, weight gain, you name it.
Working one-on-one with real people for several years, a practitioner begins to see patterns, or common denominators, amongst his clients.
Of course there are the more obvious trends — eating the wrong foods and not making the time for exercise.
Yet the trend that showed up repeatedly was a pervasive sense of apathy for how my clients earned their livings.
In other words, they hated their jobs.
In fact, many barely knew their own children due to their jam-packed schedules. Intimate relationships were falling apart. Debt was rising. To earn more, they had to work more.
And it was making them sick.