Doc's note: Today, we're continuing our series on how to start your year healthier and wealthier with the No. 1 way to avoid February failure.
We're starting a new decade. That means we're looking at new possibilities, new goals, and of course – New Year's resolutions.
But the grim reality is that too few of us will keep these resolutions. In fact, by February, about 80% of folks each year fail.
Over the years, I've shown you some tips for making positive goals for yourself – and how to stick to them:
- I've urged you to try a nine-minute-a-week exercise program.
- I've written about the best diet plan out there.
- And I've told you all about my favorite way to lower stress and boost your happiness.
But none of this is any good if you don't have any follow through. Intentions are only half the battle. The hard part is finding a way to get it done.
That's why I am excited that this year, we have a great solution for the February failure.
First, don't think about "resolutions" or goals. I want you to ask yourself: What do I want to accomplish this year?
- Do you want to lose weight?
- Do you want to start exercising?
- Do you want to eat better, more nutritious meals?
- Do you want to learn how to sleep better or find peace of mind?
- Do you need to focus on improving your memory or your mood?
Once you know what you need to focus on, you'll need a plan.
And we have the perfect resource to help you make a plan that you'll not only be able to follow, but one you can stick to for the rest of the year.
The plan starts with an excellent team of wellness gurus. They call themselves Wellness Architects and they're headquartered at Canyon Ranch® wellness resort in Tucson, Arizona.
These folks include directors of:
- Exercise physiology
- Life management
- Spiritual wellness
They also have two esteemed medical doctors on staff who specialize in sleep, geriatrics, and family medicine.
These folks know how to help you find a plan for your goals. They also know how to give you the tools you need to meet those goals. That's because they don't focus on short-term fixes. They want to show you real, valuable lifestyle changes.
These Wellness Architects want to help you live your best life.
This February, Stansberry Research is hosting an Immersion Week at Canyon Ranch wellness retreat in Tucson. I want you to join me, Steve Sjuggerud, and other folks from Stansberry for five days in the desert. You can meditate with me in the morning, take a walk with Steve after lunch, and hear from these great Architects about the absolute best ways to improve your life in 2020.
The goal at Canyon Ranch is to have a conversation that you don't often have – one that includes all aspects of your well-being.
You'll get a chance to look at more than just physical health and exercise. We will go deep into nutrition, exercise, sleep, and stress management. Again, we'll go beyond the "what" and curate an experience that includes practical plans for you to take home and continue.
This is the absolute best way to make and keep a resolution for the new year.
And the resort is one of the best out there. It's all-inclusive, which means you'll get more than just a luxurious room. You'll also get:
- Airport transportation to the ranch
- All your meals
- Access to free activities each day
- 20% off spa services
- A $160 a day room credit
- All taxes, fees, and tips included
- Exclusive access to the Wellness Architects through Stansberry-hosted lectures
- Lectures from me (Doc) and Steve Sjuggerud
You might even get a taste of my latest Eifrig Cabernet...
Space is limited and it is a commitment – you'll come here for five days. With everything above included, the price is $8,800.
I know this is worth your time and money. A trip here is transformative – and it can be the push you need to live a healthier life in 2020 and beyond.
Here's to our health, wealth, and a great retirement,
Dr. David Eifrig and the Health & Wealth Bulletin Research Team
January 2, 2020