1. Dr. Eleanor Longden
Often we think of wellness as being an individual journey. Dr. Eleanor Longden reminds us that we are each other’s greatest allies when it comes to both our physical and mental health.
2. Renee Peterson Trudeau
Renee Peterson Trudeau has long been an advocate for women’s health. But all of us need to be reminded that nurturing our sense of well-being is vital to our health. What self-care task are you in need of most today?
3. Dan Gilbert
In his TED talk “The Psychology of Your Future Self,” Dan Gilbert says that everyone believes that their personal history is complete and they have magically become who they were always meant to be. In reality, we are constantly making decisions that will determine our future selves. Why not make decisions that will contribute to our overall health and well-being?
4. Rakesh Sethi
Rakesh Sethi is one of the most celebrated chefs in India. Yet he claims that the food and drink we take into our body is only part of the equation for our health. The thoughts and emotions we entertain can have a profound effect on the human body.
5. Deepak Chopra
Alternative medicine advocate Deepak Chopra believes a lot of the same things we do at Pure Wellness Chiropractic. The body is an incredible machine that can heal itself if it is properly supported. Chiropractic care is one of the best ways to help the body become and remain healthy.
6. Eckhart Tolle
Author Eckhart Tolle believes that the key to abundance in your life is to recognize what you already have. Take a few minutes each day to acknowledge what is going well and you might be surprised at the positive effect it has on every other aspect of your life.
7. Henry Ford
Henry Ford did more than introduce Americans to the joys of the automobile. He revolutionized the manufacturing industry. However, his success did not happen all at once. Even if you have started a hundred times on your journey to health, now is the perfect time to begin again, more intelligently.