“I certainly believe that being in contact with one’s spirit
and nurturing one’s spirit is as important as nurturing one’s body and mind.
We are three dimensional beings: body, mind, spirit.”
~ Laurence Fishburne,
Actor, Producer, Playwright, Screenwriter,
Film Director, Tony Award (1992), Emmy Award (2X), Black Movie Award (2006)
NAACP Image Award (3X), NAACP Theatre Awards (2X) &
Theatre World Awards (1992)
“Never sacrifice physical health in the pursuit of money. That’s a given.
Figure out a strategy to raise both simultaneously. It’s tricky.”
~ Tai Lopez,
Entrepreneur & Investor
“The body is like a car: the older you become the more you have to take care of it
– and you don’t leave a Ferrari out in the sun.”
~ Joan Collins, DBE,
Actress, Author, Columnist, Wig Designer,
Eye-Wear Designer & Creator/Founder – Timeless Beauty
“Your body hears everything your mind says.”
~ Naomi Judd,
Singer, Songwriter, Actress, Activist,
Author & Motivational Speaker
“Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body,
it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.”
~John F. Kennedy,
35th President of the United States (1961-1963)
“I try not to go crazy, but yes,
I pay attention to what I eat.”
~ Eva Mendes,
Actress, Model & Businesswoman
“You must love and care for yourself,
because that’s when the best comes out.”
~ Tina Turner,
Recording Artist, Dancer, Actress & Author,
“If the pressure is getting to you, whistle in a barely audible way.
It’s the best way I know of to let go of tension.
Music gets your mind off the situation, and
the act of whistling melts the tension out of your body.”
~ Fuzzy Zoeller,
a.k.a. Frank Urban Zoeller, Jr.
Professional Golfer, PGA Tour (10x),
PGA Tour Champion (2x), Masters Tournament (1979),
US Open (1084) & Bob Jones Award (1985)
“I don’t want my body to be a distraction
from my talent or my brain.”
~ Shania Twain,
Singer & Songwriter
“In matters of healing the body or the mind,
vacation is a true genius!”
~ Mehmet Murat Ildan,
Author, Playwright & Novelist
“Real food, I’ve found, is actually better than dieting.”
~ Angelina Jolie,
Actress, Filmmaker, Humanitarian, Academy Awardee,
Screen Actors Guild Awardee (2X) & Golden Globe Awardee (3X)
Honorary Dame Commander of the Order of St Michael & St George
“The biggest mistake that people make is
they give up too soon, and they throw in the towel.
Becoming a successful leader has a lot to do with
realizing how strong you are.
The human body, the human mind and
the human heart can take a lot.
Fight through bad times in business,
and you’ll be surprised you can
work through it usually.
But people give up too soon,
and they don’t realize how much more
they can put into it without giving up.”
~ Tilman J. Fertitta,
Owner, Chairman & CEO of Fertitta Entertainment
(Landry’s & Golden Nugget)
“Here I am, I still go on, you know, like the tides.”
~ Angela Lansbury
a.k.a Dame Angela Brigid Lansbury,
Actress, Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Writer
Golden Globe Awards winner (6x), nominee (+9x),
Tony Awards winner (5x), nominee (+2x),
Emmy Awards nominee (16x) & Grammy Award winner-nominee
Actress, singer, Songwriter, Producer, Writer
“Romantic involvement distracts you and can blind you to what’s really in front of you.
And what really is in front of you? You are.
You don’t even know yourself yet.
You think you know and you want to assert that you do,
now that you’re a certain age, but you don’t.
What’s in front of you is a whole world of experiences beyond your imagination.
Put yourself, and your growth and development, first.
There are long-term repercussions to what you’re doing now.
Everything you do,
every thought you have,
every word you say
creates a memory that you will hold in your body.
It’s imprinted on you and
affects you in subtle ways—ways you are not always aware of.
With that in mind, be very conscious and selective.”
~ Phylicia Rashad,
Actress, Singer, Stage Director, NAACP Image Award,
Tony Award (2004) & Drama Desk Award
“Health is a state of complete
physical, mental and social well-being,
and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”
~ World Health Organization (1948),
(an agency of the United Nations)
“The patient should be made to understand that he or she must take charge
of his own life. Don’t take your body to the doctor as if he were a repair shop.”
~ Quentin Regestein,
“Good health is a duty to yourself,
to your contemporaries, to your inheritors,
to the progress of the world.”
~ Gwendolyn Elizabeth Brooks,
Poet, Pulitzer Prize Awardee for Poetry (1950), Poet Laureate Appointee of Illinois(1968)
& Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress