I grew up with lots of space around me, and I loved and cherished it. We had a small house in the country on the outskirts of Grapevine, Texas, surrounded by my grandfather’s 125-acre farm. My brother and sister and I could hardly wait to get outside after school. We would disappear to the back pasture and play and scream at the top of our lungs, knowing that no one else could hear us.
For some people, the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day is the highlight of their year. They look forward to cooking turkeys, buying presents, singing carols and spreading the spirit of the holidays to everyone they meet.
If your feedback is focused on what is going wrong, you are communicating that something is unwanted. Instead, base feedback on making adjustments toward a desired outcome. NLP assumes that all responses are useful in some context and suggests that feedback should focus on self-realization, not criticism.
Evidence suggests that while the basis of a great experience certainly does have something to do with what you teach, how you teach is equally important. It’s time to investigate what you don’t say and how your approach to designing programs, delivering cues and dealing with members can elevate you to superstar status in a matter of weeks.
One of the largest trends in the wellness movement is the emergence of spas around the globe. Originally derived from the Latin “solus per aquam,” or “health from water,” the today’s evolved spa offers a plethora of different modalities for self-care
Do these lyrics from a Harry Nilsson song reverberate for you? Do you sense a general lack of real face to face communication in the world? Texting, emailing and voice mail get the gist of our messages across; however, this technology blocks out any chance for intimacy.
One of the greatest frustrations we can experience as wellness professionals is to have clients and participants who enthusiastically sign on for our services and then take none of our advice. Later they wonder