This episode deals with how to take care of and take steps to improve the value of our number one asset.
Eliza Bacot began her nursing career as a nursing assistant, providing care to pediatric patients at a regional hospital. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia, in 2003. She became a Registered Nurse, caring for patients in the cardiovascular, surgical and medical intensive care units of several large regional hospitals.
Bacot completed a Master of Science in Acute Care Nursing at Emory University in Atlanta in 2007. From 2007 to 2014, she was an acute care nurse practitioner in the medical intensive care unit of a large hospital. She provided training in bedside ultrasound, served as a mentor for nurse practitioner in training and conducted many aspects of critical care.
- Who is Eliza Bacot?
Eliza grew up in the South and learned early on she had a love for the human body, which lead her down the path of pursuing medicine.
Modern medicine isn’t really focused on optimizing the human body, it’s more about treating disease.
After becoming an entrepreneur, Eliza realized that as a group, entrepreneurs can’t create good ideas or be creative if they are putting poor food into their body’s.
- Finding The Courage
When something is inspiring to you, you have to share with others.
To have courage means facing your fear.
Don’t be the person who dies with regrets, if something is calling you take action. There are no barriers.
- Emotional Wellness
Your inner negative voice can destroy you.
Imagine all the people you won’t impact if you don’t take action.
- What Does Wellness Really Mean?
Ignoring the signs your body is giving you is a sure path to inflammation and pain.
- How Do We Make Changes?
Take small steps and start with one thing.
Without your health, you won’t be able to enjoy the fruits of your labor.
- What Is A Wellness Community?
A wellness community is consciously designed for social connection.
- What Is Are Five Things Entrepreneurs Can Do Today?
If you knew that by changing your food program could double your business over the course of the year, would you do it?
You have to look at the impact your eating habits have on your business, it will change your perspective.
- Eliza’s Takeaway
Go to the person you trust the most…the one that builds you up, and ask them “how do you see me?” Write the answer down, and look at it every day.
The thing that drives us is not money or fame, it’s purpose. If you get your mindset right in the beginning, nothing can stop you.
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