In the automotive industry, it’s pretty standard to steal the best ideas and practices from other companies who are doing it better than you.
They don’t sue anyone. It’s more about learning from each other. They just call it adopting the “Best Practices.”
For instance, by the end of the 1990’s Toyota had the best quality on the market. Everyone wanted to know how their vehicles lasted so long and looked so good.
Consultants were hired, books were written, and the rest of the industry started adopting some of the very same processes that Toyota was following to bring their quality standards up.
This is exactly what a health engineer does… they go out and find the people who are getting results and learn their “Best Practices.”
Start Learning from Those Who Get Amazing Results
Unfortunately, medicine and science don’t work like the automotive industry.
There is little transparency, so figuring out who is actually getting results is tough.
This is where we come in. We’ve vetted many of the chronic health experts out there and made it our mission to go out and learn from their “Best Practices.”
We pushed them and they responded by providing some of the very best ideas, insights and explanations we’ve ever heard.
This is the beginning of creating the best practices for leaky gut, autoimmunity, and chronic health issues.
In today’s lessons, the themes of hormones, brain and disease are told in many different ways. It’s highly likely that you’ll have a major breakthrough in some of your “Best Practices.”
I can’t wait to hear about it…
Lesson 4 – How Stress Drives Cortisol (and Creates Leaky Gut)
Cortisol is critical to health. Unfortunately, many so-called experts are on the “I hate cortisol bandwagon” these days. If they took the time to understand it better they’d realize that low cortisol might be EVEN WORSE than high cortisol. It’s time someone set the record straight about cortisol and leaky gut.
Lesson 5 – The Sure Fire Way to Create More Chronic Disease
The fastest way to lose our quality of life is by picking up chronic diseases. While it appears to be a mystery to many doctors and lay people, it shouldn’t be. Dr. Tom O’Bryan talks about what to do if you want to create disease and therefore what not to do if you’re like me and want to avoid it and reverse it.
Lesson 6 – Are You Gaining Weight Because Your Metabolism Is Broken?
There’s a lot of information out there about having a “broken metabolism” and what causes weight gain. Dan Pardi goes deep into the science about the gut-brain connection, metabolism, and something he calls “The Black Swan Effect of Weight Gain.”
Once and for all, we handle this question about metabolism.
What to Do Today…
“In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.” ~Phil Collins
Here’s the deal. Until you try to explain something to someone else by teaching the idea, it’s typically not well understood.
There’s just something about trying to get another human to understand what you do. It requires a certain level of thinking and repeating that really helps you get it. It’s one of the main reasons I love writing. And it’s what is going to help you today.
Day 2 Action Step: Take the most exciting insight you learned today and go and teach it to someone else. Then, leave a comment telling all of us what you realized about the insight through teaching someone else.
The act of reporting back will allow you to continue to learn the idea… and your insight will help someone else who’s reading this.
Don’t just listen, act. Don’t just act, teach.
Talk to you in the comments below.