24 Sep Relationships that Foster Wellness
I just finished writing my fourth book and thoroughly enjoyed the process. Writing this book has changed my life and I believe it will also change your life and relationships. Come along on this journey with me to explore the Interpersonal Wellness System theory—A process developed to help us work, live and play well with others. Below are some excerpts from the book I would like to share with you:
“The relationships we encourage and foster can transform who we are and can determine the state of our well being”.
“Coaching is a dialogue of possibilities about whom we are and who we want to become
on this journey of life relationships.”
“To feel truly alive is to be in a relationship where you feel safe enough to risk being yourself, to be with others who allow you to be who you were meant to be, to experience a strong sense of belonging and empowerment that is mutually fulfilling, celebrated and fun. The challenge is finding a roadmap to create such a relationship”.
To learn more about my book, join the free roadmap to living well webinar on October 16, 2013.
Joyce Odidison is a Conflict Analyst, Strategist, Interpersonal Wellness Expert and Executive Coach who works with entrepreneurs, mid-career professionals, executives and their organizations to address challenges and conflicts, to maximize time and resources so they maintain life balance and wellness. She is also director of ICF approved training for Coaches and Wellness Facilitators in Manitoba. You can learn about the IWS Network of Coaches and Facilitators by clicking the link below.