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What Is An Executive Athlete?

The Symptoms of Executive Decline?

How Did I Get Here?

The Four Ways the Executive Athlete Wins

Method: The Compass

What Is An Executive Athlete?

What Is An Executive Athlete?

An Executive Athlete is someone who has stared down their biggest fear and won.

It requires following our method The Compass – to stop executive decline in its tracks, allowing the rapid and permanent weight loss of 20kg. Transforming their health from their biggest liability to their greatest asset changes how the executive defines themselves as a leader, partner and parent.

The Executive Athletes physical training creates the unwavering commitment that it takes to be a great leader. They are decisive amongst adversity, they dont hesitate; their commitment becomes the teams motivation.

They inspire rather than command. Encouraging the team to stride ahead but never deserting them. By rewarding taking risks the team members respond with boundless creativity and flare.

They are magnetic; colleagues, friends and family want (and need) to be around them. They excel at work; they are fierce competitors on the field; and they are loved and admired at home.

Admiration produces emulation, and the Executive Athlete is as inspiring at home as they are at the office. They have the dream lifestyle, there is little more they need or want; yet they manage to remain humble, for they remember the long climb from the bottom to the top.

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The Symptoms of Executive Decline?

The Symptoms of Executive Decline?

Four symptoms stand between the executive and their dream lifestyle:

  1. Fatigue: Tired has become a way of life. When all they crave is rest, watch their ability to remember, solve complex problems, remain resilient disappear.
  2. Disengagement: Relationships of any depth demand constant input of new energy, and often executives just dont have the energy to spare.
  3. Pain: The overweight executive lives with constant pain. This is the inevitable result of a weak frame that is supporting far too much weight.
  4. Obesity: The shame that comes with the struggle to control their weight keeps them on the sidelines of life. They find refuge in work, sending them further down the weight gain spiral.

These four symptoms create a binary life all on or all off. They are too tired and in too much pain. Their brain is too fatigued to make any decisions that arent related to their work. So they do nothing.

To learn more about executive decline and what to do about it download the report:Why They Are Wrong: You Are Not Lazy below.

How Did I Get Here?

How Did I Get Here?

Sacrifice is what it takes to win. It is the essence of winning and for the executive winning is not optional. However, their dedication to the job leads them to make mistakes with their health that rob them of leaving a legacy that they once envisaged.

The four symptoms of executive decline are all directly or indirectly related to the seven mistakes listed below. You might see some of these and think. Yes, I do that, but thats not affecting my health or you might feel the trade-off (professional success for physical wellbeing) is somehow worth it.

If the bad habit is isolated you may be correct, but when these mistakes become part of a weekly routine theyll make you pay eventually. This is called the creep. That slow change in behaviour that drives executive decline.

To stop making the mistakes that unknowingly create the conditions that produce the four symptoms of executive decline download the report below:How Did I Get Here & Where Do I Go Now?

The Four Ways the Executive Athlete Wins

The Four Ways the Executive Athlete Wins

In order to be successful, the first person that has to believe it will happen is you. If an executive could only see what success looks like and experience what is feels like to play the game of life as an elite athlete every excuse would fall away.

I wish I could show them what their excuses are keeping them from. I wish I could show them what theyre missing:

  1. Performance: They foster creative flare and ingenuity in their teams. What they get is that little bit of magic that occurs when you create a highly skilled team full of self-belief.
  2. Connection: They choose courage over comfort. It is harder to let people in, ask for help or have the emotionally difficult conversation. However, they lead openly, refusing to hide behind their title.
  3. Pleasure: Exercise is the arena where the executive learns the limits of their mental resilience. Here they can practice how to control their self-doubt and focus on the win.
  4. Pride: This is the feeling of being in total control of their body. The feeling of shame is replaced by the feeling of respect and admiration, for who they are, not what they do.

Watch Jonathan Cawte explain what he has seen training over 1,000 executives to play the game of life as an elite athlete.

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Waiting for the perfect moment or deferring what you want for another time is the stuff of deathbed regrets. When you wait and defer you miss the opportunities the present is offering you to live the life that you want.

What sense does it make to wait? Every executive is busy, but the Executive Athlete never complains that they dont have enough time to seize the moment when opportunity knocks.

The executive sees their lack of time as an excuse. The Executive Athlete sees it as an asset as something that hones their thoughts and actions to a fine point. The idle mind is their worst enemy. Airport lounges and weekends at home are examples where greater choice and time allows the mind to wander from the important work that needs to be done. Being busy is an asset.

Click the link to see how David Heine, the very first Executive Athlete, saw a lack of time for the hollow excused that it was. His words may surprise you!!

Watch David Heine, COO of eftpos, explain how he overcame a lack of time to lose 32kg and become the very first Executive Athlete.

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Method: The Compass

Method: The Compass

The four points of The Compass correspond to the four elements of the program that combat the symptoms of executive decline and that will make you an Executive Athlete.

  1. W.ork & Rest Management
  2. S.tress Management
  3. E.xercise
  4. N.utrition

The order of The Compass is important; each compass point builds on the last. The changes that occur in the mind and body as you conquer one compass point improve your ability to succeed with the next.

If you find the prospect of changing your relationship with food a little daunting, dont worry. If you feel that adhering to a nutrition plan for 90 days is an unrealistic goal, thats ok too. The other points of The Compass will give you the run up you need to clear this hurdle. This is what it will take to solve this problem once and for all.

Our Executive Athlete High Performance Program is an aerodynamic system that treats time as a previous commodity. Our clients achieve their results while they continue to perform their executive role.

This is for the executive who struggles to ask for help, who has tried and failed. It is for the executive who knows their health is getting worse and is ready to take steps to stop the decline before its too late.

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