Episode #237 is, like the last episode, a bit different… but in a different way. My guest is my friend Paul Akers, author of the new book Lean Health. Paul was previously a guest for Episode 136, where he talked about his book 2 Second Lean and also for Episode 122. Today, we're talking about his new book, just released.
What appears here is an edited audio-only version of our conversation, which includes some questions from live viewers.
Paul has put a lot of time and money into this book. You can buy it on Amazon or download a FREE version as a PDF or audiobook via his webpage.
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Here is the video of our discussion, which includes a few times when Paul's video cut out, unfortunately (which was edited out of the audio).
Topics and questions included:
- How did the book “Lean Health” come to be?
- What are your health results so far?
- How did you learn these lessons and practices?
- Do the things that work for you necessarily work for others?
- How can people get past “new year's resolution” into a lifestyle change that lasts?
- What was the PROCESS for creating the book and its different formats?
- How can people find, read, listen, etc?
More “Lean Health” Videos with Paul Akers
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