Eat, Move & Improve provides insight and information to help you improve resiliency and performance through Mind, Mouth and Muscle.
This is a question I’m very familiar with – one I’ve asked of myself many times over the span of my life and one I’ve been asked by clients over and over again. You make the commitment to workout but when the alarm goes off or it’s your scheduled time to do it, you’re feeling too tired. What do you do? Should you skip it? Are you being lazy by not doing it? Or is sleep what your body needs more than exercise? Continue reading →
You’re having the worst day and it’s one stressful thing after another. How you’re responding may actually be making things WORSE for yourself instead of better. Find out if your adding to your stress or taking away from it! Continue reading →
I just learned Starbucks actually has a smaller size cup they don’t put on the menu. Why? So you’ll order the size that’s actually the medium thinking it’s the small! Continue reading →
Many companies are offering height adjustable desks as well as standing and walking workstations to improve employee health – which is fantastic – but there are many other benefits often being overlooked. Movement is a critical tool to increase the ability to perform better on the job as well as at home. Continue reading →
While 69% of parents say their stress had only a slight or no impact on their children, just 14% of youth say their parents’ stress doesn’t bother them. Continue reading →
A big mistake we’ve probably all made in trying to change a behavior is that we make a plan.
A plan. One plan. Plan A.
Without backup plans B, C and D. Continue reading →
If you want to gain weight, make sure you don’t eat. Yes, you read that right. NOT eating often leads to weight gain and there are both physiological and psychological reasons for this happening. Continue reading →
My first comment to my sister-in-law was “I read through the book and realized I have no shame.” And we both laughed out loud.
Although I didn’t laugh when Brené said in her talk “the only people that have no shame are sociopaths”.
You’re dying to be my friend right now, aren’t you? Continue reading →
By making a new activity simple, easy, and non-threatening it’s more likely to be adopted. Using Optimal Defaults are a fantastic way to do it. An Optimal Default is a system of making a desired behavior easier to achieve without having to think much about it. Continue reading →
Why do we vow at 8:30 AM not to eat any more sweets, yet at 3:30 PM we’ve got our hands in a co-worker’s candy stash? Why do we sign up for a gym membership we rarely ever use? Why do we say we’re going to remain calm and rational during an intense meeting, but twenty minutes into it we’re red-faced & shouting? I know why. You have a caveman brain. Continue reading →
JENNY EVANS is a performance expert that delivers keynote speeches to help employees improve productivity, resiliency, health and energy.
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