Blog — well-being

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Soulful Distance or “Health Consciousness in a Time of Epidemics”

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Soulful Distance or “Health Consciousness in a Time of Epidemics”

Learn a diamond attitude from a group of resilience and health consciousness facilitators  By Joel Bennett, with Austina Reed, Bridget McMillion, Cathy Herndon, Cheryl Brown Merriwether, Cynthia Conigliaro, Desiree Reynolds, Felecia Johnson, Heidi Postupack, Janelle Baldwin, Janet Fouts, Jennifer Lange, Jocelyne Maurice, John Steakley, John Gaal, Laurie Krupski, Lisa Godenick, Lucy Hoblitzelle, Mary Lay, Michele Richardson, Michele Studer, Molly Sigman, Nancy Chabot, Rachel Kopke, Sandy Miller, Stephany Sherry, Trinity Faucett, Wendy Madson   Join these facilitators by getting your own certificate as a facilitator. Our next course with National Wellness Institute starts April 23. Learn more at bit.ly/THRIVER     Sign reads: “God Bless America - Guns and Ammo”          I'm not sure that's what it...

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The Audacity of Wholeness: Part 1 (19 Tips)

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The Audacity of Wholeness: Part 1 (19 Tips)
It is time to promote social wholeness with mindful dialogue. The world needs it. Be audacious. Society is waiting. This is a broad appeal to those working in the area of well-being. Yes, that includes mental health. Best solutions require fully understanding the problem. The problem is one of fragmentation, divisiveness, alienation and—because of this—ultimately, pain. Psychic pain.

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THE Well-Being Champion Core Competency, Beyond Measure

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THE Well-Being Champion Core Competency, Beyond Measure

(YOUR ASSOCIATION) NEWS ARTICLE (dated, 2059): The era of job burn-out is officially over. Back in 2020, our professional association (insert yours here) recognized the occupation "Well-being Championship" as an integral part of doing business. Since then, these individuals have role-modeled health and advocated for resilience, healthy teams, healthy leadership, and a positive health culture. As a result, and according to recent international well-being surveys, all occupations have shown significant reductions. It all began when these champions learned their lessons from previously high burn-out occupations (e.g., nurses, social workers, teachers) and they decided to take charge and do things differently. Wellness...

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