Amanda Daley Weight Loss: Amanda Daley is a reader in behavioral medicine who also serves as the team leader for the behavioral medicine team in the primary care setting. Her research focuses on examining the effects of lifestyle changes on health outcomes, with a special emphasis on women’s health and reproductive health. The lead investigator of multiple ongoing trials, including those exploring the effectiveness of physical activity and weight control therapies, she is also a clinical psychologist. She is also a candidate for a number of additional federally supported experiments in similar fields. She has a long list of publications in the fields of physical activity and health to her credit.
Your health is your number one priority. You place a higher value on it than everything else. What is the relationship between wealth and power? That’s not the case. They’re completely unimportant in comparison to your life values.
Do not be offended if I break your bubble, but… you do not have to choose between your health and your wealth. Raising your money consciousness is the first step toward embracing wellness on all levels of being.
To the contrary, it is my discovery that the combined power of wealth and health offers the ultimate freedom to live one’s life with a “sense of purpose.”
I received a flurry of inquiries for business advice from other health coaches after it became apparent that I was doing so well in the growth of my business.
“Seriously?” I thought to myself at first. The role of a business coach for health coaches is not one I wish to take on.”
That was what it truly meant…
It’s terrifying to think about moving into my true calling.” “I’m afraid of stepping into my fullest possible potential.” It was the part of my past that I’d been running away from (the part I had labeled bad): advertising for the big boys like Nokia, Coca Cola, and eBay, that provided me with the kind of business and marketing expertise that made the difference between earning enough money to support my dream and working part-time in a health food store while taking on clients on the weekends. It made a difference.
Everything I’d learned over the course of my 15-year award-winning internet advertising business could be applied to assisting health coaches in stepping up and showing up in a much happier (and more profitable) manner.
I was confident in my ability to sell myself. To the media. In the case of prospective clients. Thank you to everyone who played a part in my accomplishments (including myself).
I was so motivated by my passion that I was willing to go to any length to see my ambitions come to fruition. Because here’s the reality (and I believe you’re up to the challenge!) […] If you want to succeed as a health coach, I can show you how to position yourself in the best possible way to make a difference.
However, you must truly desire it and be prepared to put up the effort necessary to bring about a significant transformation in the way the world now views health.