I am pleased to be hosting this new forum. I want to extend a warm invitation to continue to use this forum to help answer any nudging questions about all areas of wellness: your work life, your home life, your relationships, and anything in-between.
To make actual changes in your life, it is important to remember that 80% of change is internal and only about 20% is external. What does this mean? It all starts with you. So, one of the first things to discover is what makes you tick? Do a self-inventory. What is working? What isn’t working so well? Usually, we tend to only focus on the negatives. It’s like taking your car in for a tune-up. If you haven’t had a wellness tune-up, you’ve come to the right place. The mechanic will tell you what type of oil and the type of gasoline to use for your engine. It’s the same thing with your life. You need to discover what you truly need to make yourself happy. Once you know what you need to keep your engine going, you can go out and get it. So, the hardest part is starting this process. Are you ready for a wellness tune-up?
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