From Sept 28, 2011 (7 corporate wellness objectives)

Apple Air Pods photo
Who’s listening? Who cares? Do you get the results you hoped for? (photo: yesterday from an Apple email advertisement)


Mid Life Celebration’s short and pithy posts are at risk every time a list is created, like this one with 7 obvious critical goals corporate wellness initiatives strive to achieve:

  1. Cost reduction
  2. Error reduction
  3. Turnover reduction
  4. Productivity improvements
  5. Increasing engagement
  6. Increase satisfaction
  7. Brand enhancement

Common sense intuition tells us a healthy worker is more valuable to an organization.


Yet rarely, in today’s economy, do we make common sense common practice.

Are you happy with your current state of personal wellness?

How long has it been since you were happy with your personal wellness?

The healthier i am, the more effective and efficient is the work i produce.

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Is it idiotic to put yourself out there as an easy target for the dart throwers?

Florida Senate debate
the acorn doesn't fall far from the tree (Chapin Noel in mock Senate debate, May 2012)

As boundary-pushers and other professional antagonists fully understand, we become a target for all the career naysayers and folks living in mediocrity-ville.

When you least expect it, a voice in the night will tell you, “It’s not who you are. It’s not what you do. It’s not what you have. It’s only about who you love and who loves you.”

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PS. Let them be the reason you push. Never forget that.