Is health your lead domino when it comes to success? In order to make smart, clear decisions and be at your most productive, sometimes what you really need is some change from within.
Nicolette Richer has extensive knowledge of health and wellness. She’s a highly experienced international speaker, has over 15 years of experience as a regenerative medicine health educator, and was named “a force for good” by the legendary Tony Robbins.
In this conversation, she dives into what it means to have healthy nutrition and diet and how that influences your ability to make good decisions, deal with change, approach challenges, and cope with stress and anxiety.
If you are ready to make your workplace a healthier, more productive place visit RicherAtWork.com to book a call with Nicolette and her team.
To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: the1thing.com/pods.
We talk about:
- Why so many of us struggle with our physical health
- How to start forming habits and behaviors to focus on your health
- The overall impact of poor health across all areas
- Why health may be the lead domino in your life
- Creating a healthier workplace
Links & Tools from This Episode
- Learn more at nicolettericher.com
- Read: Eat Real to Heal
- Listen: Eat Real to Heal Podcast
- Free Resources
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