skip to Main Content

Pillars of Health

Pillars of Health book
1. Pillars of Health
2. Preamble
3. The mindset
4. How to Use
5. Habit System
6. Chapter 1 – Sleep

Download

Sign up below to receive a link to Matt’s book Pillars of Health for a limited time.

pillars of health book cover

Pillars of Health

Want to level up your health, fitness, cognition, or mood? Read my Pillars of Health book now. Six pillars. Five habits per pillar. Thirty upgrades you can make based on all the research and experts I’ve synthesized over the last ten years. Best of all, it’s a quick read with lots of images.

Don’t want to read the entire book right now? Sign up for my email list to receive the chapters spaced out over the next six months (and a link to the whole book). Expect to receive a half-dozen articles with the book’s front matter over the next week. Then the pace will slow down. Read and implement one pillar at a time each month after you receive a new chapter in your email.

If you’re an overworked parent, a time-poor workaholic, a stressed latecomer in life to health and fitness, a clueless newbie overwhelmed by all the options, Pillars of Health is for you. Sorting through the noise on improving your health is daunting. I spend most of my spare time honing in on that signal.

Maybe you know who fits one of those descriptions. Pass this link along if you care about someone who needs to improve their sleep, nutrition, exercise, stress, cognition, or purpose.

Remember, it’s short and a fast read. If you need more details, reach out with questions.

Table of Contents

All the links above won’t work until the end of 2022. If you want a chapter sooner, download the book linked above.

Speech on Pillars and Destress

Watch this eight-minute video on the Pillars of Health recorded virtually and live at Oracle, specifically focusing on the Destress pillar.

Dedication

To people struggling with physical, mental, emotional, metabolic health. 

I wish I knew then what I know now. 

I hope this helps a little.

To the little people like my daughter.

Being a healthy grown up is in part learning how to be a kid again.

Sleep more. Go outside. Move often.

Skip a meal. Live this moment. Focus on family.