Maybe you’re the problem.
When you consider the current well-being mantra — all about trusting, supportive environments — it’s ironic how many wellness folks we meet with a basic mistrust of colleagues. If you’re among them, and convinced it’s not your problem but theirs, maybe it’s time for closer examination of how you’re going about your business. Start by asking a few questions:
One of the most effective tools for well-being pros is the testimonial. No matter the subject or the setting, if you can share success of others, you’ll have an easier time convincing prospects to get involved. Here are some winning testimonial techniques:
Has Surgeon General Vivek Murthy’s call to action on walking inspired you to launch or expand a workplace walking initiative? We hope so; at Health Enhancement Systems, we’ve long promoted walking as an easy, fun, inexpensive, and effective way to boost quality of life.
If you’re a wellness professional, you know that helping people adopt even a simple form of physical activity is easier said than done. Why? Because even those who want to start walking — or wheelchair rolling — for fitness often encounter practical or personal barriers.
Use these tips to address common concerns; then help more people get up, get out, and move… for good.
Editor’s note: This isn’t an endorsement or denouncement of Donald Trump; please, no hate mail.
If you’re following campaigns for the Presidential primaries, chances are you’ve a strong opinion on one or more candidates. Regardless of your views, there are lessons to be learned from poll-leading Republican, The Donald: