Why Loving Your Work Matters Why Loving Your Work Matters
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For most of us, our jobs are important to our personal survival and economic well-being. While some people have found personal fulfillment through the work they do, others are doing what they have to do to collect a check. No matter where you are in your career or employment journey, what you do for money and how you do it matters.
I really enjoyed this conversation with Aileen Axtmayer of AspireWithAileen.com, a career coach with a broad range of experience and expertise in career counseling and personal development. What makes Aileen different from other career coaches? Her training as an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and Yoga Instructor offers an holistic approach to the way we (view) work, especially as our work impacts our relationship with food, our relationships and our overall well-being.
Check out these resources Aileen has for creating a meaningful career and healthy lifestyle:
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Green Smoothies, Chocolate, and Bacon invites you to challenge the belief that dieting, deprivation, willpower, and regimented exercise is the only way to have a healthy and happy life.
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While we can prevent or reduce our health risks, there’s no-one-size-fits-all solution. As an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, I invite my clients to take their wellness journey “off the plate”.
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