Archive for June, 2018
Whilst it may seem a strange combination of subjects, there is a connection. For people to maintain social engagement and interaction where ‘belonging’ is a natural and desired outcome there needs to be some cohesion, a ‘sticky’ thing that provides the glue that we require and need for the generation of health and contentment. Fibre derived from our diet in the form of fermentable compounds fills the same role for our dominant occupying population, who are also dependent on communication, interaction and social bonding – yes, the bacteria, viruses and other organisms residing in your gut. Read the rest of this entry »
If you have ever felt exasperated at the resistance to change in personal behaviour that would alter the trajectory of someone’s choices, health and wellbeing, you are not alone.
Hundreds of books, thousands of articles, millions of consultations and trillions of frustrated inner thoughts have been presented as solutions, explanations and disillusionment. So, what we are saying, is you are not alone. Indeed, you may be someone that finds internal rationalising easy and yet finds the momentum needed to change your own behaviour to alter your life’s trajectory impossible – so how do we engage people we have been asked to help to make and sustain positive change? Read the rest of this entry »
If the purpose of your professional life is to induce the induction, management and sustainability of health and vitality, not simply the absence of disease, you must first look in, and then project out.
The establishing of a core set of principles that shape, and in part define who you are will be determined by various intersecting influencers, life related experiences and the learnt or inherited ability to critically review and appropriately contextualise these values. Read the rest of this entry »