A healthy body equals a healthy mind - fight the flab and get in shape to maximise career success and financial reward. People who are in better shape age better with more energy, are sleeping better, less stressed, thinking smarter, feeling healthier, working better, always being on top of their game, and will always be more successful in business, and in life.
Tim Bean is a longevity specialist, keynote speaker, TV presenter and author. Tim is on the senior faculty for Duke Corporate Education, and lectures at corporate events, medical conferences and business universities around the world. Anne Laing is a researcher and health campaigner, specialising within the weight-loss, anti-ageing and beauty world. For the last 25 years they have occupied a unique position; bridging the knowledge gap between medical, health and longevity, and earning capacity, wealth and the business bottom line. Their global clients include celebrities and social high-flyers, and their corporate clients include key earners in seven of the world's ten biggest investment banks. Tim also co-presented an 8-episode series for Channel 4 Television, "Turn Back Your Body Clock", and his book (with Anne Laing) Turn Back the Clock (Hamlyn), a practical guide to de-ageing, was an international success.
the go-to couple for the kind of mind-body athleticism that is
becoming as essential to making it in business as an impeccable CV,
and people pay a great deal for their expertise in the belief that
their careers may depend on it * The Times *
The Wealthy Body is based around the idea that a healthy body equals a high-performance mind. The authors claim that following their fitness strategies will make you leaner, stronger, smarter, sharper, more confident and less stressed... It's a convincing argument * Health & Fitness *
In this book, Tim and Anne Laing share countless insights and actionable advice that can help anyone experience the benefits of good health. Executives in particular should pay careful attention to chapters about the brain-body connection, corporate career killers, and ageing. These authors know their material and I am pleased to see their insights now available to us all. -- Prof Dr Michael Netzley , Academic Director, SMU-ExD Executive, Singapore