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Why Corporate Wellness Programs are a Must for Every Company

How cold does the word "corporate" sound? Where is the warmth behind the word "office"? How can someone feel encouraged, excited, or enthusiastic about a cold office, consisting of abstract things, numbers, and goals that bear no weight in life outside of it?


A corporation is lifeless without its people. So, does this mean it saps your life force? Your presence in the office means you're giving life to it, but what are you taking back?

There is a natural law always at work: there is no such thing as something for nothing. How does this law apply to your work life? Let me tell you, if you're among the thousands who detest their job, working only to pay the bills, you're in a toxic, or at best, a parasitical relationship. Not with your company per se, but with yourself. As harsh as it sounds, this realization is your statement of liberation. A corporation is lifeless without you, so it reflects, mirrors, and resonates the energy you give to it. If it drains the life out of you, perhaps you're approaching it with the wrong mindset.


Maybe you say, "I'm not getting paid enough to care about this or that." Maybe you consider the half-hour of paid time spent chatting with friends outside of work a "gain." But here's a hard truth: whatever you feel from your company is what you're giving to it.

At the end of the day, you are a person with free will. Your current job is possibly not the only means of paying your bills, but you allow it to deplete your energy because it's hard to recognize or accept that you're in a toxic or parasitic relationship with yourself. You need a culprit, and what better miscreant than something lifeless, like a corporation?


You're struggling in a world you've conjured yourself. I'm telling you this not out of desperation, but hope. You've given your power away to a job, an entity, another person. It's time to take it back.


How do you envision a company working with another natural law, the one where you reap what you sow? Actually, you don't just reap what you sow; you reap more than what you sow, always. If you plant seeds of toxicity, that's what you get, but tenfold. If you plant authenticity, hard work, good ethics, benefits, and service for others, that's what you get, but tenfold.


So, how do you create this environment in a cold, lifeless corporate office? You give it your best. How do you create wellness for something that's by definition inanimate? By animating all its components.


I understand the challenges of transforming a lifeless corporate environment into a thriving, positive, and productive workspace. Our unique services are to help you plant those seeds of wellness, authenticity, and ethical practice. Together, we can cultivate a corporate culture that not only benefits the individual ten fold but also yields stupendous returns for the organization.


Are you ready to breathe life into your corporate environment? Contact us today to embark on a journey toward corporate wellness that benefits everyone. Let's turn your office into a space of vitality, creativity, and mutual success.

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