Featuring insights, tips, book reviews & expert interviews, the Whole U.® TV / blog aims to educate & inspire viewers to live a more balanced purposeful life.
According to the News... the world... is going crazy!
(But that doesn't mean YOU have to lose your mind too!)
In this episode of Whole U.® TV, Morgan Dix (co-Founder of "About Meditation") reminds us that peace of mind can be found...
Let's face it: We ALL want to look good. So we buy hair care and skin care products that claim to improve our appearance.
BUT . . .
Do you feel it too? … That nagging need to evolve, improve, and be challenged? That constant desire to be somewhere else, and be some one else. Most of us experience this. But when’s the last time you stopped to get clear about what your ideal life would look like NOW?
For example, ask yourself:
Clients work with me to get clear on questions like this, and to...
Chances are . . . YOU are your own worst enemy. You’ve been playing that same old “recording” in your mind about how – you’re not good enough, you don’t look the way you “should,” and you’re not where you’re “supposed” to be in life by now.
So how do you feel having that broken record playing inside your mind every day?
Our minds are constantly thinking...
We are ALL unique and require different adjustments to our eating habits. For this reason, a book I like to recommend is called the “Diet Selector.” The Author, Dr. Judith Rodriguez does a good job at providing a vast array of options for the reader, helping them navigate ingredients, sample menus, and ultimately re-think the food we put in our body! Watch to hear a five tips Rodriguez provides for healthy weight management.
*Disclaimer: As a self-proclaimed Cookie Monster I...
If “NETWORKING” feels like a CHORE . . . Then beware of playing the numbers game of: Mixers attended Business cards collected, and Linkedin connections accrued This Whole U.® Book Review reminds us of what REALLY matters. Hear about John C. Maxwell's book - Relationships 101 - in which he outlines 5 signs of solid relationships, and how they can help us "reach our fullest potential.”