Who, How and Why...and inside look at Rusti Q Health Coaching
I belong to a BNI referral network marketing group called A1 Business Builders. We meet every week to help promote each others businesses. At each weekly meeting, one member gets the spotlight by being given the opportunity to take 10 minutes to give a "featured presentation" - the purpose is to go more in-depth who you serve, what are your special talents or differentiators and what kinds of clients are the best kind of referrals.
This week it's my turn to give a feature presentation. Very excited - I love spreading the word about what I do in the hopes to attract clients who can benefit from my style of Health Coaching.
For my presentation, I prepared a leave behind document that goes into the Who - How - Why of what I do. And it got me thinking - why just share this with my business networking group, why not share it with my exclusive Member List?
So here you go, click here - please give it a read and let me know if...
Want to learn more about each of these areas?
Check out the following resources:
The Alchemy of Forgiveness - click here
How to Practice Walking Meditation - click here
5 Lessons Most People Learn Way to Late in Life - click here
Always Hungry by David Ludwig (book review via Brian Johnson video) - click here
Want to delve into one or more of these puzzle pieces in greater depth, but need some guidance and accountability?
Why not try Health Coaching with me, Coach Rusti Q?
I offer a free 20-minute phone consultation to determine if we're the right fit for one another. You can decide if my coaching services help you complete the puzzle you've been desperately trying to finish for far to long and yet can't seem to put it all together when it comes to improving your health quality of life.
Contact me today to set up a time for my free 20-minute consultation.
Actually, the real question is - with more time, how would you use it in a way that makes your life more enjoyable, less stressful and improves your overall mind-body health?
Of course I'm assuming that you desire a more enjoyable life, less stress and improved health. If you don't, you might as well stop reading right now.
With more time would you:
--spend more time on Facebook, or Twitter, or Instagram?
--binge watch more TV?
--work more and strive to finally get caught up on the backlog that haunts you?
--play more video games or watch your favorite sporting event more?
--watch more news so you're properly informed and at-the-ready for any debate that should arise?
These are the things most people would do with more time if they had it. Sadly. I say sadly because these very things are what's robbing us all from having that elusive "more time" and better quality of life.
Zoning out, obsessing about the news of the day, being addicted to mobile devices and its...
I’ve come to learn that most of us whirling about on planet earth don’t acknowledge the impact that anxiety, worry and frustration have on our ability to make continuous progress in our endeavors to build healthier habits around food, fitness, tranquility, an empowered mindset and our spiritual practices.
We get off track in our food habits or exercise regimen or meditation practice, etc. and we just chalk it up to being busy, life happens, stress and overwhelm are the norm, or we’re simply lacking willpower.
What if one of the main drivers (what’s really going on) is we’re dealing with an internal battle that’s causing us to have sleepless nights and disrupt our mood and ability to focus, all because of one or more family relationships that aren’t going as planned or desired?
What would happen in those relationships if we were courageous, willing to stay true to ourselves, trust our gut instincts and speak up with our authentic voice (you...
If you’ve spent time exploring self-help, personal development and general wellness best practices, then it’s no surprise that having a consistent morning routine is amongst the top 5 recommendations to achieving optimal health and productivity.
Do you have one?
No, not the one that has you getting up shot out of bed like a canon, guzzling down some coffee while you race through the shower, feed the dogs and kids and head out the door chomping on whatever you microwaved all in less than an hour. Technically, yes, that is a morning routine, but certainly not one that will lead you to good health nor a productive and happy day.
I’m talking about the kind of morning routine that no matter what comes your way, you know you got it! Because of your morning routine, you’re more patient, a better listener; you’re able to maintain focus on your work and yet still prioritize your self care (taking breaks, hydrating, staying in alignment with your...