Creating Demand for Wellness

Creating and sustaining a successful workplace wellness program can be exciting, challenging and rewarding. Cultivating the right mix of programs, communications and culture can enhance the health and life of the organization and people that work there in ways that are immeasurable. Companies benefit when their population is healthier and happier. That research has all…

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July is National Park and Recreation Month

Find Your Park Parks are places where people find their serenity, create memories and experience adventure.  Taking advantage of your local public parks is a simple and inexpensive way to have fun and improve your physical fitness. Explore the many “undiscovered” offerings and innovative health and wellness opportunities by heading to your local park, rec…

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How Environment Can Impact Behavior

What’s On Your Wall? Environment can influence people’s: Behavior and motivation to act. Mood and emotional state. Reduce stress. All which in turn impacts physical health in multiple ways. Experts in the new area of evidence-based design have identified environmental factors that can have a large impact on health outcomes. Simply decorating a wall or…

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Hot Summer Happiness and Well-Being Campaigns

As the temperature increases so does the potential for fun, happiness and well-being. Help set a positive mindset by offering campaigns and challenges to look forward to this summer and improve quality. Online virtual programs, challenges and campaigns can inspire your population to aspire to the goals they want to accomplish. Here are a few…

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Optimistically Planning for Brighter Days

Science says we all need things to look forward to. It’s essential to give oneself a positive anticipatory boost to manifest our goals into reality. Planning creates optimism and is a powerful motivator. Having something to look forward to, no matter how small, reduces stress and boosts mood.  Humans are extremely future-oriented and have the…

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Re-Establishing Connections Through Social Undistancing

The pandemic has changed the way people relate to each other at home, work, school and in general. Some people have been feeling lonely, isolated, disconnected and at the same time, smothered by all the time together at home. A few observations that many of us have learned from the past year is: There is…

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Wellness Challenge Case Study Spotlight: Sleep

No matter what your organization’s health and engagement focus or goals are, there is one pillar of health that will help your population achieve optimal health that employees will be happy to engage in. SLEEP. Everyone one wants more energy, to feel rested, manage weight, enhance mood, lower risk for injuries, accidents and illnesses, improve…

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Happy Holidays!

The Inspired Perspectives team would like to wish you and yours a very happy and healthy holiday season! As we enter the final days of 2020, we are reflecting on how grateful we are for our clients and partners who make our work so meaningful, purposeful and inspiring. Contact us to engage and inspire your…

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Mental health and sense of belonging, is technology helping or hurting?

Managing the mental health of your employees has never been a greater challenge than in 2020. EAP services are being utilized for webinars and additional outreach, technology is being leveraged through zoom presentations, meditation apps are being provided and now there is talk about mental health counseling through bots using artificial intelligence. Well-being programs are…

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Gratitude Brings Good Things

November is National Gratitude Month and reminds us that appreciation and kindness can be one of the most powerful tools to change life for the better. There is a strong correlation between increased feelings of happiness and self-worth and giving or receiving gratitude. Gratitude is simply taking time to think about all the positive things…

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