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A Biblical Approach to Healthy Habits for Entrepreneurs (With Robin Rhine McDonald) – Episode 484

A Biblical Approach to Healthy Habits for Entrepreneurs (With Robin Rhine McDonald) - Episode 483
This week we’re covering the really important topic of caring for our bodies. I’ve brought in Robin Rhine McDonald, an integrative nutrition coach who blends her faith with holistic health practices.

We talked about how entrepreneurs, particularly those with a passion for their work and a deep connection to their faith, can create healthy habits that give them the energy to fulfill their God-given missions. The conversation covers practical steps for meal planning, the spiritual implications of health, and how underlying beliefs can impact one's health journey.

Robin also delves into the biblical perspective on nutrition and addresses the often overlooked sin of gluttony within church culture.

Let's dive in!
This week we’re covering the really important topic of caring for our bodies. I’ve brought in Robin Rhine McDonald, an integrative nutrition coach who blends her faith with holistic health practices.

We talked about how entrepreneurs, particularly those with a passion for their work and a deep connection to their faith, can create healthy habits that give them the energy to fulfill their God-given missions. The conversation covers practical steps for meal planning, the spiritual implications of health, and how underlying beliefs can impact one's health journey.

Robin also delves into the biblical perspective on nutrition and addresses the often overlooked sin of gluttony within church culture.

Let's dive in!

You can listen to the full episode here 🡻

  • 0:00 – Introduction to Rodney and the work he does
  • 4:07 – What is demonization and how does this happen to Christians?
  • 9:58 – The link between mental illness and demonization
  • 12:46 – The open doors we have that can invite demons in
  • 25:08 – The truth about the effects of new age practices
  • 35:10 – Stories of healing and unexpected ways they’ve happened
  • 38:20 – Rodney’s book on how to get and stay free
  • 40:50 – Can anyone start casting out demons?

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Top Tips for Health and Faith-Driven Entrepreneurs

  • ✦ Creating Healthy Habits:
    Robin discusses how entrepreneurs can align their health goals with their business vision to maintain energy and productivity.

  • ✦ Overcoming Beliefs:
    She emphasizes the importance of identifying and overcoming limiting beliefs about health and fitness.

  • ✦ Biblical Nutrition:
  • Robin explains what the Bible says about nutrition and how those principles can guide healthier eating habits.

  • ✦ Meal Planning Strategies:
  • Practical tips for meal planning and preparation that fit into a busy entrepreneurial lifestyle.

  • ✦ Addressing Gluttony:
  • The often-overlooked issue of gluttony and its spiritual implications in our lives and health.

 

Take note of the actionable advice and practical steps you can start taking right now: 

  1. Align Health Goals with Business Vision:
    Recognize the connection between your health and your ability to pursue your entrepreneurial goals.

  2. Identify Limiting Beliefs:
    Work on identifying and breaking free from negative beliefs about your ability to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

  3. Plan Your Meals:
    Explore different meal planning methods to find what works best for you, whether it’s bulk meal prep or quick, easy recipes.

  4. Whole Foods Focus:
    Strive to consume whole, nutrient-dense foods that support your energy and overall health.

  5. Seek Accountability:
    Find a community or a coach to help keep you accountable in your health journey.

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Rachel Ngom is the host of the She’s Making an Impact Podcast. She is a business and lead-generation expert, helping purpose-driven entrepreneurs create more freedom in their businesses so they can spend time on what matters most.

Rachel went from being on food stamps with negative $400 in her checking account to a millionaire by 34 while working 20 hours/week. She now helps others do the same with her signature courses and programs.

Rachel has lived in Kenya and Senegal, got married in Morocco, and spent 2 years in France.

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