You Cannot Afford NOT to Invest in Your Health

Rosie Bank has been helping people live more successfully in their bodies since the mid-1970’s.  The author of four books, an international speaker, and a Board Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Rosie leads her clients to get on the same page with their bodies and their health. Working with busy professionals, Rosie helps you connect the dots between your health and your productivity and your bottom line.

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How Learning the Language, the Problems, the Challenges of Those You Most Want to Resonate with Will Build Your Business with Rosie Bank Founder and Owner of Health Matters Coaching and Get Your Body to Love You Back

Rosie Bank - EntreprenuerWayClick here to listen to Rosie’s Interview

Rosie Bank is an entrepreneur, author, international speaker, and Board Certified Health Coach. She is the author of four books, founder of Health Matters Coaching and podcast, and a member of her company’s Million Dollar Club. Rosie teaches busy professionals how to profit, compete, and thrive by optimizing their health.

Entrepreneurial Role Models:

Rosie’s dad

When business started difficulties overcame:

“The eating disorder. That really knocked me out, it knocked me out because I had devastating brain fog, my energy was so unreliable I could barely walk across the floor without having my energy bottom out. Before I learned about nutrition I didn’t understand why my blood glucose levels were so chaotic and unpredictable, my biggest challenge was overcoming some serious health issues”…[Listen for More]

Favourite Books:

Onward: How Starbucks Fought for Its Life without Losing Its Soul Book by Howard Schultz book by Joanne Gordon

The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster: Why Now Is the Time to #Join the Ride Book by Darren Hardy

Favourite Quote:

“Be yourself, everyone else is taken”

Recommended Online Resources:

Nutrition Facts – The latest in nutrition-related research delivered in easy to understand video segments brought to you by Dr Michael Greger M D

Best Advice to Other Entrepreneurs:

“Be willing to select the people who most need to hear your message. Anticipate connecting with them. Visualise connecting with them. Open your heart, open your mind so energetically you attract them, they hear your message and they will come to you. Do not try to be everything to everyone or try to convert everyone to become your client, if you do that you risk not serving anyone”…[Listen for More]

More About Rosie Bank:

Health Matters Coaching

Get Your Body to Love You Back

Quotes From Rosie Bank:

  • “Learn the language, the problems, the challenges of those you most want to resonate and develop your expertise to move as deeply as you can into that space”
  • “Buckle up, it’s going to be a ride”
  • “Take care of ourselves”
  • “Fold those self-caremodels into our success strategy”

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Chef Jamie Gwen and RosieChef Jamie Gwen interviews Health Coach, Rosie Bank.

Don’t want to become a vegetarian? Let Rosie and Jamie show you how to eat meat and still stay on track with your health.

 Click here to listen to the Podcast.

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2017 Mindful Holiday Magic Success Panel Presentation

Rebecca Hall Gruyter shares her powerful 2017 Mindful Holiday Magic Success Panel featuring: Deb Dutcher, Dixie Bennett, Rosie Bank, and Marlene Elizabeth. Each powerful expert shares what they are launching, building, and bringing to the world! Enjoy this powerful, inspiring, and heart-warming group of experts who are stepping out into the world in a big way! 

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Discover How Your Success and Health are Tied Together

Rebecca Hall Gruyter (RHG TV Network) and Rosie Bank (Health Matters Podcast) shares how your health and professional success are tied together. They also share tips to increase your energy, have better health, and take realistic steps forward.

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Vitamins For Your Mind – Podcast

Operation Self Reset

Check out this podcast. Vitamins for your Mind

Jake Nawrocki interviews Rosie Bank

From Rosie

“For 40 years, I practiced yoga and taught body therapy. But during that time, I had also dealt with health problems, including an eating disorder. It was discovering nutrition and wellness that changed my life and allowed me to share that transformational service with others.”

Nutrition has a huge impact on our bodies and then our lives. I have made it my goal to teach people how to get their nutrition in line and get their bodies in line and therefore get their lives in line. Changing your nutrition can keep you from a destructive path and let you find happiness like never before. That is what I have set out to teach others and I have explained how we can start ourselves on that path in this podcast.

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Interview with Edie Summers, Wellness Coach Blog Talk Radio

The Wellness Coach Blog Talk Radio Interview

Thanks to Edie Summers for this interview about food, nutrition and wellness. (See below for a very interesting commentary by my lovely step-daughter, Melissa Molongo, on this interview.)
Rosie,

I really enjoyed this. I listened to the entire thing. It was very interesting to hear about different techniques, strategies, and theories about food, health, and happiness and also to hear a little more about your story and what brought you to your work. That light-bulb moment you had about nutrition being a practice, like yoga, was beautiful and I’m sure has inspired your work further. I think many people get intimidated with the idea of losing weight or achieving health because it seems like such a daunting task. Meeting people where they are at is so important…and is a method that I follow in my work as well.

I think my favorite part of it was the explanation of how the body’s functions are a result of some unfinished business in dealing with a traumatic experience. I find that really fascinating. I also loved the concept of nutrition and “health” and not an ending goal, but as a launching pad and foundation for other openings in your life. The problem with health messaging today is that it does portray health as goal instead of a habit, and that is troubling.

I also don’t think I was aware that the process of observing and smelling your food was an integral part of the digestive system. With the exception of wine, I do not usually make it a point to look at or smell my food before I consume it! I will certainly start now.

Thanks for your insight and for the work you are doing. I learned a lot.

Love,

Mel

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