By Cathy Anderson
Small business owners commit long hours, energy and valuable resources into their operations, but many fall into the trap of not eating well, gaining weight and adopting uneven sleep patterns.
Queensland-based wellbeing coach and author Nikki Fogden-Moore says small business owners are at high risk of neglecting their health — and that’s bad for business.
“We’re talking about the exodus of healthy and the incidence of obesity in small business because people are just not looking after themselves,” she told SmartCompany.
“When you are running your own business you have to have a new set of rules — people don’t rethink their health and wellbeing plans, they just talk about diets and fads and 12-week programs. It pays to reboot the mental hard drive and look at integrating your health and fitness as part of your week in a more sustainable manner — choosing healthy food you enjoy, regular amounts of fresh air and conscious active living.”
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