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Wellness

America’s #1 Health Problem is Not What You Expect

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June 8, 2017
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Mike Stallard
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Wellness

Why is loneliness and social isolation called America's top health challenge? Learn how you can help coworkers and friends struggling in these areas.

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The Promise and Potential of Resilience Training

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June 13, 2017
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Glenn R. Schiraldi
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Wellness

Resilience helps people through difficult times and assists in recovery after stressful situations. Here's how you can increase your level of resilience.

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3 Practices Help Protect You from Premature Aging Related to Job Stress

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June 8, 2017
by
Mike Stallard
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Wellness

New research on telomerase, an enzyme that affects cellular aging, suggests that increasing your connection with others prevents premature aging.

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More Rest Required in Today’s Knowledge Economy

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June 8, 2017
by
Mike Stallard
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Wellness

Getting sufficient rest is essential to keeping you and your team energized. Michael Stallard shares ideas for making rest part of your weekly routine.

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6 Toxic Behaviors That Push People Away: How to Recognize Them in Yourself and Change Them

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June 14, 2017
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Kathy Caprino
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Wellness

Whether your toxic behavior is a common occurrence or rare, it’s critical that you are able to recognize when you’re behaving badly and change it.

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Why We Connect

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June 8, 2017
by
Mike Stallard
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Wellness

As Peter DeMarco's touching story illustrates, people are drawn to connect. Learn why connection matters and tips to foster it in your own life.

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If You Want to Find Meaning, Develop Eulogy Virtues

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June 12, 2017
by
Todd Hall
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Wellness

At the end of the day, we want more than a great resume. What we’re really looking for is meaning. Here are 4 practices to help you develop eulogy virtues.

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6 Ways to Minimize the Impact of Work Stress on Health

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June 12, 2017
by
Todd Hall
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Wellness

Research shows that work stress has a direct impact on health and affects productivity and performance. Here's how companies can address work stress.

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If You Want to Succeed in Life, Don’t Ignore Emotions – Train Them

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June 12, 2017
by
Todd Hall
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Wellness

If you’re going to succeed in life, you need to train your emotions so you respond to situations in a way that promotes wellbeing for others and yourself.

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To Promote Positive Change, Start With Grief

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June 12, 2017
by
Todd Hall
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Wellness

Any change brings loss; the loss of what was. So any change initiative, or response to change, needs to start with grieving writes Dr. Todd Hall.

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Model and Encourage Well-Being

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June 8, 2017
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Mary Jo Asmus
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Wellness

Do you – and your organization – respect the sacrifice employees make to meet the bottom line without a thought to the importance of their well-being?

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America’s Stress Epidemic

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June 8, 2017
by
Mike Stallard
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Wellness

Stress is reaching epidemic levels in America today. Michael Lee Stallard explores the reasons for this stress and how to reduce it through connection. 

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4 Practices to Nurture the Gift of Friendship

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June 12, 2017
by
Todd Hall
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Wellness

You need friendship to nurture your soul and do great work, writes Dr. Todd Hall. Here's how to be intentional about strengthening friendships.

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Americans Struggling with Stress and Loneliness

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June 8, 2017
by
Mike Stallard
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Wellness

As more Americans suffer from diseases associated with stress and loneliness, Michael Lee Stallard examines how to combat the problem through connection.

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3 Ways to Build Your Foundation for Well-Being and Positive Influence

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June 12, 2017
by
Todd Hall
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Wellness

What enables you to weather life's storms? A strong foundation. Dr. Todd Hall shares 3 essential practices to build a strong foundation for well-being.

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The Pain and Promise of Transitions: 7 Reflections on Growing in the Midst of Change

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June 12, 2017
by
Todd Hall
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Wellness

Transitions may be a part of our work and personal lives, but that doesn't mean they are easy. Dr. Todd Hall offers advice on how to approach transitions.

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3 Insights About Stress Every Leader Should Know

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June 8, 2017
by
Mike Stallard
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Wellness

Not all workplace stress is created equal. Here's what leaders need to know about stress and how it affects their employees.

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How Connection Improves Our Health and Wellness

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June 8, 2017
by
Mike Stallard
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Wellness

Connection has a tremendous impact on our health and wellness. Click through these slides for a quick summary of why positive human connection is essential.

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Why You Need to Practice the Nedlog Rule

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June 19, 2017
by
Joe Tye
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Wellness

What is the Nedlog rule, and why is it essential to your emotional and relational health? Joe Tye explains.

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Do This One Simple Thing to Boost the Mood of Others

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June 16, 2017
by
Dr. Ryan M. Niemiec
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Wellness

Strengths-spotting can boost moods, helping you and others find happiness.

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New Approach to Reduce Dysfunctional Behavior at Work

Posted
June 8, 2017
by
Mike Stallard
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Wellness

With rising demands in today’s workplace, emotional and behavioral disorders have soared. Here is advice on how to handle dysfunctional behavior at work.

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The Secret to Keeping Your New Year’s Health Resolution

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June 8, 2017
by
Mike Stallard
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Wellness

What's the secret to keeping your New Year's resolution to improve your health and wellness? Research shows that one factor makes a tremendous difference.

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3 Ways to Improve Your Health and Lifespan Through Work

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June 8, 2017
by
Mike Stallard
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Wellness

Research shows that seeking meaning rather than happiness improves your health. Here are three actions you can take to find greater meaning in your work.

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The Physiological Effects of Connection: An Infographic

Posted
June 8, 2017
by
Mike Stallard
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Wellness

Connection has a powerful impact on our well being. Check out this infographic for a helpful summary of the effects of connection on our health.

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Neutralize "Killer Stress" to Boost the Bottom Line

Posted
June 8, 2017
by
Mike Stallard
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Wellness

Effective leaders can create an organizational culture that reduces “killer stress,” which produces gains in productivity and performance.

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Message of "Christmas Carol," "Wonderful Life" Critical Today

Posted
June 8, 2017
by
Mike Stallard
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Wellness

"A Christmas Carol" and "It's a Wonderful Life" illustrate that during the inevitable difficult seasons in life, the connections we have help us through.

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