It’s amazing how many successful entrepreneurs prioritize their health and wellness. The same discipline required for you to get your workout in daily, is the same muscle that drives revenue generating actions. Consistency.
Men's Health Week will be celebrated around the world June 12-18, ending on Father's Day.
It's an important opportunity to highlight the importance of men's health, and to promote and support the health and wellbeing of men in our families, communities, and organizations. Men's Health Week focuses not just on physical health, but also men's mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Things to do:
Things to stop saying about and to men and boys
In an effort to raise awareness about what sort of language can be adverse, here are several common phrases to avoid:
As quoted in an article on Fatherly.com, therapist Anahid Lisa Derbabian said, “Rigid beliefs about what a boy is can be very detrimental to a child, as boys come in all shapes and sizes and a wide range of personalities, preferences, and natural leanings . When a very specific template is presented to a boy as to what a boy or a man should look like, sound like, act like, enjoy doing, etc., then naturally the boy may often unconsciously try to emulate that, thereby ignoring their own natural tendencies."
Let's add to our observance of Men's Health Week some healthier ways of celebrating the vast diversity of men and multi-variant ways of what it means to be a man.
Happy Men's Health Week!
Have an amazing journey today!
Alan Mikolaj is a coach and leadership development consultant with 15+ years of experience. He is passionate about helping leaders transform their leadership, their teams, and their organizations. Impactful, professional approach driven by a passion for meaning and purpose, a growth mindset, and a commitment to excellence and service in order to drive change and results.
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Alan Mikolaj is a a professional, experienced, positive, and passionate speaker, leadership and organizational development consultant, change agent, author, and coach. He holds his Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from Sam Houston State University. He is a certified graduate coach from Coaching Out of the Box and holds his ACC and membership with the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
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