The Last Full Measure
I am a big fan of a guy named Grant Cardone. Two of my favorite books that he has written are 10X & Sell or be Sold. We all are in sales. If you have kids, you must sell them on doing their homework.
Me? I sell healthcare. I was at a seminar at the Westin Kierland the first Saturday of the year. Cardone was talking about 2020, was it for you going to be better or worse? He really emphasized that it is never exactly the same. Hopefully, it is a little better and not a lot worse. The outcome is what happens and, more importantly, how you react to what happens, good or bad. So here we are, half the year is over, and it has been quite a situation so far.
157 Years ago, this July 4th in 1863 marked the conclusion of a 3-day battle in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania during the Civil war. Between 46,000 and 51,000 soldiers from both armies were casualties, the costliest in US history.
President Lincoln delivered the 272-word, 10 sentence Gettysburg Address speech in 3 minutes on November 19, 1863 on the battlefield near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. In Lincoln’s speech he refers to “the last full measure”. It refers to those soldiers that gave it their all, their life in the battle.
Are you doing the same, doing enough?
I have been doing functional neurology and nutrition since 1995. I see all the rants on social media about everyone’s opinion on diets and supplements. My simple question to everyone is are you doing enough? Are you giving it the full measure? You do not guess how fast you are going because you use the speedometer of your car. You do not guess how far you can travel because you have a gas gauge. Taking supplements is a strategy to prevent and survive Covid 19 if you get it, as well as prevent cardiac, cancer and cognitive decline.
What supplements do I need?
Knowing the “what and how” of taking supplements and diets requires blood work to establish a baseline, and then retesting to see if what you are doing is enough. The most expensive vitamin is the one that does not work. Call or schedule online a complimentary consultation at my office.
Treating the root cause of your condition, not just your symptoms, is the fastest way to recovery and is the best way to obtain optimal health and wellness.