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Leadership is a battle. It’s no small feat to be at the helm steering the direction of your company.

And, there’s no time to be tired, or sick. Late nights and early mornings are just par for the course.

Ever solved a work related issue in your sleep? That’s right…even when we aren’t awake we are still chipping away at the success of the mission. You need the energy and mental stamina to ensure that each hour of the day counts.

At breakthrough leadership, we often equate leadership, career, and success to a marathon; Success doesn’t happen overnight. You have to go the distance, and pace yourself if you want to build a career and find success that lasts. In marathons and leadership, the task at hand demands a level of physical health that doesn’t happen by accident. It’s measured, planned, and requires a daily effort.

Your physical health controls your mental success.

Yet, many leaders struggle with staying healthy. The hardest part is getting into healthy habits and inputting good nutritious fuel

into your body so that you can have consistent energy levels throughout the day.

Meet Lynnae.

She’s recently joined the Breakthrough Leadership family as our Resident Health Hacker.

Lynnae is a certified health coach who’s completed 4 marathons (including Boston) and has a personal best of 3:06. She’s also a wife, mother of 4, a cross-country coach, AND a track coach. As if that wasn’t enough to keep her busy, she also runs her own health coaching business.

She understands the strain of balancing entrepreneurship, family, fitness, and health. With her tips and expertise, getting healthy will be easier, take less time, and produce better results.

About Matthew

Matthew DeYoung is a serial entrepreneur. He is the cofounder of Breakthrough Leadership. He has been a cofounder of six other internet-based startup businesses. His past consulting clients have included Walt Disney, Universal Studios, Target, NASCAR, and the NBA. As a learner, he is always trying to demystify the leadership aspects of business. Matthew has been married for 17 years and has two daughters.

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