Ron's book ( What Is It Worth for You to Become Physically Fit? ) looks at living a healthy lifestyle with a different kind of approach. He measures a person’s health with assets and liabilities, rather than calories and scales. Exercise is an asset. Too much time on the couch is a liability. Simple math shows that the more assets you have, the greater your dividends. And the greater your dividends, the greater your lifestyle.
“You could have all the money in the world saved up, but if your financial nest egg outlives your health, you have nothing,” says Henderson. “You must learn to invest in your health. What you’re planting now is how you will be in the future.”
Don't let your financial nest egg out live you.
Are you writing a check with your body that you can't afford to cash