This is it. After posting 117 blogs on the subject of what we should and shouldn’t be doing in workplace wellness, I am talked out. That doesn’t mean I am retiring or won’t be around. In fact, I’ll be more engaged than ever in following Gandhi’s advice, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”
In fact, our Hope Health team will be introducing ways you can. . .
- Rediscover print mediums that resonate with people.
- Use electronic and social media’s technologies to build community.
- Find humor and shared joy in the human experience.
- Focus on what is truly important in life and health.
- Contribute value in building healthy workplace cultures.
- Celebrate discovery and innovation in thinking about living.
- Have fun!
I’ll still be making snarky, smart-aleck remarks on line, and guest blogging on occasion. But most of my time will be supporting the wonderful people I work with, and helping them bring their talents to you.
If you’ll be attending AJHP in San Diego this year, stop by the Hope Health booth, we’ll be there with some of these new ideas.
Thank you for your support, and your contribution to making the world a little better.
“Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought.” Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
Shawn is the President and Founder of Hope Health. For over 30 years, his work has focused on bringing clear, easy-to-read and watch health messages to the public via workplaces. He bills himself as the “Best C+ Student in the Wellness Biz” because, as he says, “I like to challenge the notion that there is no such thing as a stupid question.” Shawn is on a mission to tie workplaces into their surrounding communities to share resources and ideas in an effort to improve the health of all Americans.
You may reach Shawn at sconnors@HopeHealth.com or 800-334-4094.