01 Jan Wellness Improvement
I want to begin 2014 with one goal, which is to improve wellness in every area possible. I am renewing my dedication to my clients, family and employee wellness. As a business owner and employer, it is critical for me to maintain my own personal and professional wellness. This is not always easy to do but it’s worth doing. I am renewing my commitment to working out five days a week and to eating the foods that work with my body as many foods do not work with my body and maybe some don’t work well with your body’s digestive system as well. Are there foods that make you feel poorly after you’ve eaten them? It may be your body’s way of saying you have a low tolerance for that food. I encourage you to pay attention to your body in 2014. This practice will improve your wellness.
I am also renewing my commitment to sharing my services with a broader network so that more people can have access to the wellness assessment and the wellness improvement system courses and coaching. This makes it even more critical for me to maintain my own wellness. As conflict analyst my work revolves around improving wellness at work, in relationships and in groups. Conflict is very taxing and distracting, so when conflict is present you need to take extra care of yourself. This means working out for an extra 5 to 10 minutes, meditating, relaxation and other mindfulness practices to keep you rejuvenated. As a practitioner I need to care for myself in a purposeful way so you I can remain alert and able to support my clients effectively.
I would love to hear from you, what are you committing to do for your wellness in 2014?
To Your Wellness