Lead From The Front

Men's Health (Singapore) - - ED'S NOTE -

If you’re read­ing Men’s Health, you al­ready know: fi tness mat­ters. But these days, it goes be­yond just per­sonal well­ness and crosses over into your ca­reer as well. In their new book ti­tled Fit

To Lead, co-au­thors Mar­cus and Sari Mars­den of­fer an al­ter­na­tive per­spec­tive on lead­er­ship that in­te­grates all three as­pects – the heart, mind and body – for max­i­mum im­pact.

Mar­cus Mars­den ex­plained: “In the past, lead­er­ship was about what you knew. But by the late 1990s, it changed from think­ing to feel­ing. It be­came about emo­tional in­tel­li­gence or how you felt at work.

“I am firmly con­vinced that in fi ve years’ time, talk­ing about one’s body or phys­i­cal state will be­come main­stream in the work­place.”

Speak­ing to Rit­ual Gym’s CEO, Brad Robin­son, for this is­sue, it’s clear that fu­ture won’t even take fi ve years to come into re­al­ity. It’s al­ready here.

He shares with us his per­sonal ide­ol­ogy of why own­ing your body is just as im­por­tant as own­ing a busi­ness, and what it takes to build the willpower to ex­cel at both.

Make sure you read his fea­ture piece on page 80!

Edi­tor

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