Wellbeing implies a sense of thriving, flourishing, being fully alive, 'firing on all cylinders' and living life to the full, as well as feeling balanced and calm, contented and at ease with life.
Wellbeing is affected by many elements in our lives and varies from person to person because each of us has a different combination of psychological, emotional, social and physical inner resources upon which we draw. Our wellbeing fluctuates depending on the events, challenges and experiences we encounter in our lives
Here is another definition…
"Wellbeing can be imagined as a “see-saw” with a balance point between an individual’s inner resource pool and the challenges faced. Stable wellbeing is when individuals have the psychological, social and physical resources they need to meet a particular challenge. When individuals have more challenges than resources, the see-saw dips, along with their wellbeing."
(Dodge, Daley, Huyton & Sanders 2012)
How would you rate your wellbeing on a scale of 1-10?
What are your current challenges?
What are the resources that could move you closer to a 10?
Interventions are personalised and holistic. I meet you wherever you are on your lifestyle habit journey. Together we work to create changes that will make the biggest difference for you across (but not limited to) mindset, nutrition, exercise, mindfulness, and sleep.
Lead yourself & then others. Simply put, one must lead oneself in order to lead others. I work with leaders to instill their own wellbeing habits before engaging their teams, and engage change-makers at every level in the same way.
Small changes big differences. A 1% improvement in elite sport can be the difference between a championship and a second-place finish. Not all of us can be elite athletes, but each of us have the opportunity to improve our performance and discover what benefits it will bring. What is your opportunity?
Healthy Habits made easy. Adjusting a few key auto pilot habits can have a huge impact on overall health & wellbeing. Imagine effortlessly preparing a nutritious breakfast every day, regularly doing exercise that you enjoy, choosing to walk or cycle instead of driving or catching public transport, having workable strategies that have you be resilient in stressful times. These are the habits that can change lives once they are embedded in your daily routine and no longer require conscious effort to sustain.
Willpower is a limited resource. To sustain lifestyle habit change, we must build a supportive environment that makes doing the “right” thing easy – and well rewarded – and doing the “wrong” thing hard.
Rest and Recovery to be your best. Our lives are a marathon, not a sprint. While there are times when we need to sprint, we need to then rest and recover if we are to stay in the race and be at our best for our family, friends, and colleagues.
Measure and monitor to maintain momentum. Track progress throughout the change journey to enable accountability and maintain motivation. This maybe as simple as keeping an energy and mood diary or recording compliance to healthy behaviours.
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