A Passion For Wellness

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A Passion For Wellness

Author : Owen Hylinski
ISBN : 9798731702553
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Apathy. It has become a major issue for so many people today. While many people associate apathy with a lack of passion or motivation, it is technically defined as the absence of emotion. Apathy may not be a clearly defined emotional state, but it is a serious one. Falling into a state of apathy can be dangerous, so knowing the signs of being in this type of state is important. Motivation doesn't happen with just the wave of a wand (don't you wish you had one, though?); But that doesn't mean you can't do better or improve. Where there's a will, there's a way! This book will show you what you need: ✓ Strategies to eliminate apathy and help you grow your passion for wellness. ✓ Tips to optimize your physical surroundings for a healthy lifestyle. ✓ Daily practices fill your mind with the thoughts that allow passion to form. ✓ Tried-and-true methods to avoid burnout and keep the journey exciting. ✓ Access to a FREE printable list of 145 small habits to live a healthy, vibrant life.

A Passion For Wellness

Author : Rachel Sapoznik
ISBN : 9781599326146
Genre : Business & Economics
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FINDING WELLNESS: SICK CARE TO WELL CARE Make health a priority and grow your company without the fear of having to provide health insurance you can’t afford. You can take control. A Passion for Wellness: Healthy Employees, Healthy Bottom Line is your resource for learning how wellness education, strategy, and implementation can promote a shift from treating illness to promoting health. Increase your profit margins, boost employee engagement, and promote a happy, healthy workplace that positively impacts your bottom line. “A Passion for Wellness effectively communicates what I've learned from working with Rachel Sapoznik and her team over the years―focusing on preventative care and promoting wellness not only saves money, it saves lives. The approach outlined in this book is the only way businesses can afford to continue supporting healthy, productive employees. Rachel and her team are the perfect complement to any organization looking to make a lasting, positive impact on its bottom line.” ―Jose Minski, CEO of Health Products Holdings, LLC, Sunrise, Florida
Category: Business & Economics

Passion For Health

Author : Gregory S. Mestanas
ISBN : 0965062090
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 66.16 MB
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"Passion for Health" adds important perspectives to the genre of publications on physical and psychological well being. The book proposes a unified theory that urges readers to recognize risk factors and respect the body's self healing mechanisms and immune system. While open to orthodox medical approaches, when required, it promotes the benefits of a wide variety of alternative practices and offers behaviorial strategies to reinforce positive health habits. Dr. Mestana is a proponent of fresh, natural healthy foods that are commonly available, quickly prepared moderately consumed and easily digested.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Passion Of My Heart

Author : Michele Tenney
ISBN : 0996201572
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Daily devotionals, exercises and a meal plan to jump start you into the life of health and wellness God destined you to walk in. This book is designed to enlighten you and enrich you. Discover your full potential while learning to honor your body as the temple of the Holy Spirit.

The Psychology Of Passion

Author : Robert J. Vallerand
ISBN : 9780199777600
Genre : Psychology
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Winner of the 2017 APA William James Book Award The concept of passion is one we regularly use to describe our interests, and yet there is no broad theory that can explain the development and consequences of passion for activities across people's lives. In The Psychology of Passion, Robert J. Vallerand presents the first such theory, providing a complete presentation of the Dualistic Model of Passion and the empirical evidence that supports it. Vallerand conceives of two types of passion: harmonious passion, which remains under the person's control, and obsessive passion, which controls the person. While the first typically leads to adaptive behaviors, the obsessive form of passion leads to less adaptive and, at times, maladaptive behaviors. Vallerand highlights the effects of these two types of passion on a number of psychological phenomena, such as cognition, emotions, performance, relationships, aggression, and violence. He also discusses the development of passion and reviews a range of literature on passion for activities.
Category: Psychology

Building A Wellness Business That Lasts

Author : Rick Stollmeyer
ISBN : 9781119679141
Genre : Business & Economics
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Start and grow a durable business in the rapidly growing wellness industry! Wellness has become one of the largest and most important business opportunities of our age, fueled by massive societal trends, rapid technology innovations and hundreds of thousands of wellness business entrepreneurs. It is these independent teachers, trainers, and therapists, and studio, gym, spa and salon owners who transforming shopping malls and downtown districts with wellness experiences that help hundreds of millions of people live healthier, happier lives. Whether your goal is to open a neighborhood wellness business, work independently from home, or launch the next highly successful wellness brand Building a Wellness Business That Lasts: How to Make a Great Living Doing What You Love is your definitive guide. This book will teach you how to translate your passion for wellness into a compelling business vision, weave that vision into an effective business plan, and leverage the latest technologies to accelerate your growth. Author Rick Stollmeyer is the Co-Founder and CEO of Mindbody, Inc., the leading technology platform for the wellness industry. Across more than two decades, Rick built Mindbody from a garage startup into a multi-billion-dollar technology platform for the wellness industry, helping thousands of wellness business owners achieve their visions in the process. This experience gave Rick a front-row seat to the explosive growth of the wellness industry. He brings that unique experience and his passion for entrepreneurialism to Building a Wellness Business That Lasts. This book will inspire and inform you at the same time and will serve as a powerful guide you can refer back to on your path to success.
Category: Business & Economics

Powered By Passion

Author : Masumi Goldman
ISBN : 1734188723
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Teaching Well

Author : Lisa Bush
ISBN : 9781551389370
Genre : Education
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How can teachers balance the needs of busy classrooms with the needs of their own health and well-being? This remarkable book illustrates that embracing a healthy lifestyle is not only beneficial for teachers, but for students, classrooms, and schools, too. It suggests that teachers can reduce the work they do outside the classroom and still be a motivated and engaged teacher. Promoting a healthy work–life balance, the book explores how to avoid burnout while still creating an effective learning community. The conversational tone and a wealth of anecdotes will make this an invaluable guide for every educator.
Category: Education

Neal S Yard Remedies Mental Wellness

Author : DK
ISBN : 9780241533130
Genre : Psychology
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An expertly curated collection of the natural and therapeutic resources that are proven to be effective for mental wellness. Explore the key lifestyle inhibitors to mental wellness and find sound solutions in the form of herbs, foods, aromatherapy, homeopathy, breathwork, yoga, connecting with nature, hobbies; and therapies such as acupuncture, reiki, massage, and CBT. Unlock the science behind these natural approaches and discover how they work synergistically - creating a menu of reliable resources that you can draw on with confidence.
Category: Psychology

All Shall Be Well

Author : William S. Craddock
ISBN : 9780819223746
Genre : Religion
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This relevant, timely, and substantive book addresses the CREDO approach to wellness. Chapters explore the theology of wellness and identity, core values, creativity and passion, renewal, emotional health, spiritual practices, balance, transformation, and fitness. It features a foreword by the Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church. Models, perspectives, theories, and stories are provided by contributors who are involved with CREDO as faculty, researchers, or participants.
Category: Religion

Wellness Foods

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924101444358
Genre : Functional foods
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Category: Functional foods

Personal Wellness

Author : Alban Bacchus
ISBN : 0967483409
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 81.98 MB
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Category: Self-Help

Wellness Against All Odds

Author : Sherry Rogers
ISBN : 0961882158
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 28.45 MB
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Category: Health & Fitness

Never Too Thin

Author : Roberta Pollack Seid
ISBN : UOM:49015000566373
Genre : Social Science
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Looks at the history of American standards of beauty, argues that Americans have become obsessed with their weight, and looks at current attitudes towards exercise
Category: Social Science

Wellness East And West

Author : Kathleen F. Phalen
ISBN : 1885203969
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 29.19 MB
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An investigation of integrative medicine, a blend of eastern and western medicine. It discusses the history, problems and promises inherent in both practices. Through interviews with western physicians, Oriental practitioners, and their patients, it explores the future of integrated healthcare.
Category: Health & Fitness

Humor And Wellness In Clinical Intervention

Author : Waleed A. Salameh
ISBN : UOM:39015053524446
Genre : Medical
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Presenting a cutting-edge theory for using humor in psychotherapy, counseling, and clinical intervention, this volume brings together a group of outstanding experts in the field of clinical intervention. Each chapter shows how humor can play a vital role in the promotion of wellness in general and in mental health wealthness in particular. It provides specific theoretical perspectives aimed at helping readers develop both their awareness of humor as a clinical tool and dexterity in using humor to facilitate productive change during the therapeutic process. This book will be of interest to students and professionals in all areas of the helping and healing professions. In addition to the psychotherapeutic disciplines, it also has applications in human relations and communication-training fields.
Category: Medical