- What exactly is Wild Fit?
- What’s it like to be in a natural state of health?
- What does human history and archaeology tell us about the human diet?
- What are some factors of the modern lifestyle that are hampering health?
- What is the connection between our evolutionary gene for craving and people’s addiction to sugar?
These are just a few of the question I asked Eric Edmeades…
Eric Edmeades is an internationally recognized business speaker, film producer, and serial entrepreneur.
Eric’s varied business background includes mobile computing, medical simulation, augmented reality gaming, 3D camera engineering and Hollywood special effects.
Eric is also the founder of WildFit and the creator of both Inception Marketing and Business Freedom — a business ownership methodology that empowers you to own a business that doesn’t own you.
What is Wild Fit? It is a new training methodology that draws its inspiration from evolutionary and functional medicine and nutritional anthropology.
Inspirational Quote – Do or Do not. There is no try – Yoda (Star Wars).
Alternative Practice – Evolutionary and Functional medicine and nutritional anthropology.
Major Life Lesson – If we can learn to find that perspective in the present instead of waiting for time to heal all wounds, then we get to improve the quality of our life in a major way. In other words, something really terrible happens.. and in that moment we start asking, am I one day going to be grateful for this? And if so why and how? And if so why not now?
Best Advice – Don’t worry so much. Don’t live each day with this anxiety and fear about what may or what may not be. Move into the future with faith!
Personal Habit – I really enjoy purposeful physical activities that are fun and fulfilling.
Book Recommendation – Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl.
Learn more about Eric at www.ericedmeades.com
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