“The chain is only as strong as its weakest link, for if that fails the chain fails and the object that it has been holding up falls to the ground.”
- Thomas Reid, Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man
What is Financial Wellness?
To put it simply, financial wellness is exactly what it sounds like: healthy finances. You feel prepared to handle any financial crisis, are in control of paying off debt, and don’t feel stressed over your financial situation. But financial wellbeing does not end at having “enough” money and knowing what to do with it. The difference between financial wellness and financial literacy is that financial wellness recognizes that money is not an end destination; instead, money is a tool we use to live your happiest, healthiest, best lives possible.
Finance is one of the most common major stressors, and (as many of us know all too well) chronic stress can negatively affect your health and wellbeing. Financial anxiety not only affects your bank account or spending habits, but it can also bleed into other areas of your life as well.
Money is a trade system. You’re exchanging your life’s energy for whatever you want to make your life happier, healthier, and better. Think about it: Money is simply a tangible exchange for the biggest portion of time, energy, passion, and experience you put into your life. How you manage, invest, and spend your money not only dictates your future finances, but it’s also subconsciously sending a message to yourself about what your life’s energy is worth.
FINANCIAL WELNESS - THE LATEST SELF-CARE TREND
Emotional Wellness* Workshop is my keynote presentation that demonstrates the expanse of topics encompassed in wellness, including stress management and burnout prevention. You get to explore and discuss exactly what wellness means to you, your employees and your industry. The World Health Organization has described wellness as an active process of becoming aware of and making better choices toward a healthy and fulfilling life. Wellness is more than being free from illness, it is a dynamic process of change and growth. (W.H.O.).
I help my audiences to understand what wellness is to them by opening up a conversation and allowing everyone to challenge their own ideas, beliefs and thoughts on what wellness is, challenging their current ideas and challenging them to make sustainable habit changes that will promote health and longevity that fits their unique circumstances. By getting your audience and client`s involvement in the whole health and wellness process will help them to learn and understand their wellness "WHY".
Workshops include Neurographic drawing, breathing exercises, and psychosomatic coaching.
“Tell me and I forget.
Teach me and I remember.
Involve me and I learn.”
– Benjamin Franklin
In business, creative thinking means coming up with fresh, new ideas, problem-solving and opportunity-finding. Creative thinking is the raw ingredient for innovation. Innovation is the purposeful conversion of ideas into a useable and useful solution.
Creative thinking for innovation has two key components:
- Originality: The idea is something new that is not simply an extension of something else that already exists.
- Functionality: The idea actually works or possesses some degree of usefulness.