May 18, 2010
Isn’t it amazing that people take better, more proactive care of their cars than their bodies? We spend big money on a car and do everything to protect that investment from Day One. We dutifully change the oil every 3,000 miles. We rush to the shop at the first sign of trouble. We buy extended warranties and insurance, all because we want to protect an investment we know will most likely provide us no value after 8-10 years. And yet we visit the doctor or think about our health only when things go wrong. Cars and all other material things won’t make a difference if we don’t have the quality of life we want. The richest person in the world can’t buy health. There has to be an investment of time and effort in a plan-not just any plan, but one that will provide the greatest return on investment!