At Thrive, our mission is to end the global epidemic of stress and burnout. But doing that requires rethinking our approach to health care. We hear a lot about prevention — but right now, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 75 percent of our health care spending goes toward the treatment of conditions that can be prevented, like heart disease and diabetes. When you include mental health, it goes up to 90 percent. To change those trends requires going upstream to talk about the root causes of these conditions. That’s where we can have the most impact.
THRIVE _ WISDOM//March 8, 2019 How to Be More Engaged at Work Here are four steps to feel more energized and satisfied on the job. By Greater Good Science, UC Berkeley's online scientific publication jayk7/Getty Images By Jessica Lindsey Are you engaged at work? If not, don’t worry—87 percent of people worldwide report not feeling engaged [...]
10 Important Career Lessons Most People Learn Too Late In Life Bernard Marr (linkedin) Best-Selling Author, Keynote Speaker and Leading I find that people often take this sort of advice to heart — and then learn too late in their careers that there’s more to life (and success) than just keeping busy. I’ve gathered up my [...]
Im Zuge des Megatrends Gesundheit, vor allem aber auch infolge
der anhaltenden Individualisierung und des Wandels in der Arbeitswelt wächst das Bewusstsein für einen gänzlich anderen Umgang mit Gesundheit. Gesundheitsbewusste Verbraucher suchen sich neue und alternative Wege jenseits des klassischen Gesundheitsmarktes, um gesund zu bleiben, gesund zu werden oder eine umfassende Versorgung bezahlbar zu machen.
William Anderson, LMHC Licensed Mental Health Counselor — Weight control, wellness and mental health expert, and author of “The Anderson Method For Permanent Weight Loss.” Nov 30 Does Your Workplace Really Promote Health? Does your company help people to be healthy, or does it help them to be unhealthy? Chances are, it’s helping them to be unhealthy. Even [...]