Apr 2, 2018
Wealth and Health with Dr. Curtis C.
In the 11th episode of the Confident Wealth Podcast, Bill Bush
and Pete Bush talk with Dr. Curtis C. Chastain MD from the Our Lady
of the Lake Men’s Health Center to discuss how much wealth and
health are linked. They talk about the importance of knowing your
health status to better plan for your financial future. Dr.
Chastain explains the types of tests that are vital, strategies
that patients should plan for, and ways to better meet wealth and
Time Stamped Show Notes:
- 01:02 – Dr Chastain addresses the importance of knowing your
health status before making financial decisions.
- 05:51 – Your health involves thinking about where your body
will be 20 years from now.
- 06:21 – The overlap of health and health requires being
- 09:30 – Analysis family history, smoking, and lifestyle are
factors that help make sense of people’s health. What
- 10:28 – What if I outlive my money?
- 13:20 – Stats say it costs 10-20 times a company president’s
salary to replace him.
- 13:38 – Cardiac and cancer issues are important to look out
- 15:25 – Ultra sound studies, tread mill tests, full physical
exams, and face-to-face health history data help to achieve health
- 19:32 – If people are taking action to improve their health,
closing their health gaps becomes an easier process.
- 21:06 – After getting over the cost hurdles, the value of
health and wealth procedures can actually save you money and save
3 Key Points:
- Both health and wealth require being proactive about
- You need to prepare for the fact that you could outlive your
- Getting help to achieve health goal involves ultra sound
studies, tread mill tests, full physical exams, and face-to-face
health history data help achieve health goals.
- “How in the world can somebody make major
finnacial decisions…without knowing their current health
status?.” – Dr. Curtis C. Chastain.
- “People forget their health is looking 20
years from now. – Dr. Curtis C. Chastain.
- “It gets to the point where some of the
overlap of health and wealth…is being proactive.” – Pete