“If 50% of what America ate…was really good food…you’d see our healthcare costs really go down.”
What can we learn from an Olympian about our lives, our minds, and our wallets? I had the pleasure of speaking with 1976 Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer Wendy Boglioli about how her lifestyle has kept her healthy, sane, and fiscally fit.
Here are some of the highlights of our discussion:
- 2:26 – Hear Wendy’s Olympic story and how she kept in shape once she retired from the Olympic team
- 5:18 – How do you convince Monkey Brain to exercise today rather than deciding to exercise tomorrow
- 7:25 – Is it ever too late to start good health habits?
- 9:10 – Is eating and living healthy expensive?
- 13:45 – How control over her life improves her quality of life
- 15:53 – What are some of the things which healthy people should consider regarding aging and life expectancy?
- 18:35 – How to protect yourself and your family against things which can unexpectedly wipe you out
- 22:30 – What should you and your family think about when looking at long-term care insurance? Wendy provides some sobering statistics.
- 26:50 – Are there special precautions that women need to consider when looking at their future planning?
- 32:18 – Should you retire to something or retire from something?
Bonus footage: you have to listen to the whole interview to find out what my lowest grade at West Point was!
An Interview With Olympic Gold Medalist Wendy Boglioli
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