mens health

Men’s Health Month Focuses on Prevention, Early Detection and Treatment

June is Men’s Health Month and June 11-17, 2018 is Men’s Health Week – a time to increase awareness of preventable health problems, the importance of early detection, and treatment options for men and boys. Both Men’s Health Month and Men’s Health Week began in 1994 as part of a…

wellbeing

Bringing the 5 Elements of Wellbeing to The Florida Bar Annual Convention

The Wellbeing Coaches team will be at The Florida Bar Annual Convention in Orlando, Florida next week. If you’re a member of The Florida Bar, and you’ll be at the conference, visit us at Booth #1 where we’ll have certified coaches available to talk to you, useful resources, and freebies…

quit smoking

10 Reasons to Stop Smoking and How to Quit Successfully

May 31, 2018 is World No Tobacco Day sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO). The goal of World No Tobacco Day is to educate people about the dangers of tobacco products and help them get the knowledge and resources they need to quit successfully. By now, you’ve undoubtedly heard…

coaching certification credentials

Why Coaching Certification Matters (And What to Look for in Your Coach’s Credentials)

When you need help, the credentials of the person helping you matter. You want to be certain that the person you pay to help you is qualified to do the job. This is equally true whether you’re relying on help from a plumber, an accountant, or a surgeon. It’s also…

financial plan

7 Reasons People Don’t Get a Financial Plan – And Why You Should

Unfortunately, many people don’t get a financial plan, but the truth is everyone should have one, including you. To help you understand why getting a financial plan is so important, I put together a list of seven reasons I often hear people give for not getting one as well as…

high blood pressure

High Blood Pressure is the Silent Killer – Are You at Risk?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that one in three Americans have high blood pressure, while the American Institute for Preventative Medicine estimates that half of Americans have it. Only 47% of people who have been diagnosed with high blood pressure are effectively managing it, and even…