Is Entrepreneurship Bad For Your Health?By Nina Kaufman, Esq.
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Debi Silber is THE Mojo Coach! She’s the CEO of her lifestyle business Mojo Coach and founder of her own website and wellness line. I’ve brought her on today for her keen insight on health and business.
Running your own business often means you’re working on little sleep and snacking on the fast and easy junk you can eat on the go. There’s nothing healthy about that! So how do you balance your professional lifestyle with a healthy one? That’s what Debi’s here to answer. Her tips for scaling your business and shifting your perspective toward a more healthy approach will help you become your best self, physically, mentally, and fiscally.
Is Entrepreneurship Bad For Your Health?
- How the “Mojo Coach” lost her mojo—and what fueled the shift in Debi’s business model
- The evolution from “one-on-one”to “one-on-many” programs, and what she learned from each step
- How to heal yourself from “bright, shiny object” syndrome
- The long-term vision of creating a business that serves your life, and changes with it
Debi Silber MS, RD, WHC, FDN The Mojo Coach®, is the CEO of Lifestyle Fitness, Inc. and founder of www.TheMojoCoach.com and www.DebiSilber.com. She’s a recognized expert in the areas of health, weight loss, fitness, wellness, lifestyle and personal development. She’s also a speaker, consultant and author of 2 books recommended by Brian Tracy, Marshall Goldsmith, Jack Canfield and many more. Debi’s been branded The Mojo Coach® because she’s led countless others to achieve their ultimate body, mind, image and lifestyle; inspiring them to “get their mojo back” and transform into their personal and professional best.
Debi also has her own line of deliciously healthy Mojo Fuel Bars™ and shakes, has also contributed to FOX, CBS, The Dr. Oz show, The Huffington Post, Shape, Self, Health, Working Mother, Forbes, Psychology Today, WebMD, Yahoo Shine, Ladies Home Journal, MSN, Woman’s World and Glamour to name a few.
Words of Wisdom
“Easy now, hard later. Hard now, easy later. Take your pick because it’s going to be one of those two!” ~ Debi Silber
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