Monday Morning Jumpstart:
8 Pillars of Wellness: Emotional &
Physical Wellness

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What emotions do you seem to be tapping into most often lately? How are you feeling in your body? What do you want to change?

In today’s Monday Morning Jumpstart, AWAI Chief Success Officer, Ted Capshaw, and Director of Training, Jade Trueblood, continue this 4-part series on by delving into your emotional and physical wellness.

What do they have to do with business? Everything! Listen to find out.

Go here if you missed last week’s episode on the first two pillars: Relationships and Mindset.

And if you want to go back and dive deeper into the four types of emotions discussed in today’s episode, go here.

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Published: December 26, 2022

3 Responses to “Monday Morning Jumpstart: Emotional & Physical Wellness”

  1. I think this is more important than knowing the skills of being a copywriter.

    Guest (David Bagstad)

  2. So clear and concise. Perfect way to prepare mind and body for the writing journey.

    Guest (Wes Andersen)

  3. I appreciated the reminder of the interconnectedness of these "Four Pillars." Ted stressed the need to BALANCE them. All SHOULD BE FELT and not suppressed.

    At age 70, a Camp Fire survivor with PTSD, a full-time caregiver for my 92-year-old mother, I find, like Jade, I process my emotions while moving (at times frantically) but don't always share them. Going to work on that to reduce stress.

    Following Ted's example: Introduce 1 thing/week: Stretching, then a walk, then light exercise. Thanks!

    Paula C

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