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Work Related Stress is a Huge Health Issue

Work Related Stress Reduction Seminars

Work Related Stress Reduction Seminars

Work related stress is a big health issue affecting productivity, communication, morale, and the overall health of leadership and employees. Work related stress does not have to be this way. Work related stress can be reduced.

Char Miller with Char from HR and I are teaming together to offer Leadership Conferences & Seminars, Career Strategy Workshops, and Employee Lunch & Learns for businesses and organizations. Our venture is called VITA for VITALITY!

Executive Leadership and HR : Does your organization struggle with employee engagement, productivity, customer service, achievement of organizational goals, and attracting and retaining top talent? Does the phrase “not hitting target”, “no work-life balance”, and “lack of performance” come up in leadership meetings often? Is it difficult to create a culture of wellness where your talent staff and leadership teams can achieve success?

Do your staff and leaders feel or act Burned Out?

Talented Employees: Do you suffer from the white-knuckle syndrome? Do you dread going to your job? Have you lost your energy, excitement, and enthusiasm with your career? Do you feel tired hours before the end of your workday? Do you suffer with high stress and cortisol levels? Do you feel as if you are in a constant state of fear worrying you will not meet expectations?

Do you feel Burned Out?

If you answered yes to any of these leadership and career barriers, turn to Char from HR and Greg Gillette with Gillette Nutrition for help! We help talent achieve company mission, vision, and goals. We help talent find the power to live and grow in a dream career and live a healthy life-style to achieve success!

Attention:

HR Leaders, Executives, CEOs:

To improve: Employee Wellness, Engagement, Productivity …Book a customized event for your teams! Rates as low as $260 an hour. Hourly rate depends on time needed to meet your organization’s wellness & talent needs. With a healthy work environment, attract and retain the best talent!

 

charfromhr.com           vita.vision@outlook.com       970-590-2186

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Need Motivation? There’s an App for that!

Smart Watch for Motivation

Motivate with a Smart Watch

It seems like there is an app for just about everything; and fitness is no different. Many of the latest fitness apps combine things like GPS technology with being able to connect with friends in real time to not only improve your workout but also give you a boost in motivation. Give one of these apps a try the next time you need a bit of a push to get through your next workout.

Runkeeper

This app can be found at the top of many runners’ lists as far as their go-to running apps are concerned. Not only can you use the GPS data to map out a route anywhere, the app collects data including times for each route so you can track progress. One of the most motivating features of Runkeeper is the fact that your friends can send you virtual kudos during your run to encourage you.

FitStar

As with many of the apps, the basic service is free, but the subscription services are where the best advice comes from. The app helps to build workouts based on your personal health and fitness levels so you are the star of your own workout. One of the bonus features as a paid user is the coaching and pep talks from none other than former NFL star Tony Gonzalez.

Charity Miles

This app allows you to find a wonderful motivation to run or log in miles of walking. You can earn real rewards in the form of donations to a charity of your choice. Imagine being able to watch a donation add up during a long run; or tracking each month just how much your efforts have contributed to a great cause.

Endomondo

For basic subscribers, the app can help gather, track and organize data about each workout and the progress made over the course of each month. For those who pay for a subscription, the app turns into a virtual coach you carry with you while you work out. The premium service gives users valuable tips and motivational goals on demand.

Zombies, Run!

Nothing motivates you to keep running than something chasing you! This app turns your daily run into a top-secret mission as you dodge zombies and push your skills to pass the next level. This app shot to the top of the charts as far as the best new fitness apps and it continues to be one of most downloaded fitness apps for the entertainment factor alone.

Spotify Running

The right playlist can be just the boost you need to get through a tough workout or to finish the last mile of a run. As a member of the popular Spotify family, this app takes workout soundtracks to the next level. Instead of searching endlessly for songs to mix into your own playlist, the app uses your own pace and heart rate to match you with songs of the same pace to keep you going.

Freeletics

If you are looking for new workouts that can be done anywhere and that only require you to use your own body, this is the perfect app. It has hundreds of workouts on demand that go from the most basic to advanced. Many find motivation is being able to exercise in unique ways on the go, which this app encourages

Pact

Money and competition can be very motivating for some users. If that is you, then this is the app for you. The basic idea is you make a commitment to go to the gym a certain number of times each time period and the app tracks your progress towards that commitment via a GPS feature that also measures the time you spent at the given location. The catch is if you follow through with the commitment, you win cash rewards, but if you do not follow through the cash goes to other users. This is competition at its best.

Motivation comes in a variety of forms. You may find it in an app that has zombies chasing you through an afternoon run or via miles adding up to a donation to your favorite charity. No matter what the motivation for you is, there more than likely is an app for that too.

This article was written by Paige Johnson with LearnFit.   She can be reached by email: p_johnson@learnfit.org