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Launching into Wellness

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Ken Davis

on 28 January 2013

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Development Physical Gym/Skiing Experience & Beginners You are what you eat Study - Melb, Perth, Florida Wellness Goals Wellness Counselling Courses at Deakin Lifetime sport/recreation Adapt to injury/illness Life be in it Scales are my friend Exercise more => Enjoy Food more Daily stretch &
basic exercises Pay back for overindulgence Heart attack
& stress Juice plus Creativity & Teaching Daily movement commitment Physical activity for everyone "You always frown when you play" Hiking/Canoeing -
Smelling the roses Aerobic activity & times/'runner's high' Exercise adherence the small stuff Thoughts
& Beliefs Distorted Thoughts/Beliefs Physical fitness Nutrition Smoking, Alcohol & Drugs Massage Controlling negative emotions Stress Management Prayer/Meditation (Religious/Non-religious) Interpersonal skills Primary relationships Teacher Growth Personal Growth outside of school outcome
uncertainty Conditioning through vicarious experience knowledge
& thinking Physical environment Visual case studies Group Formation Group Brainstorm on school
initiatives that could enhance
wellness into LAUNCHING WELLNESS Coffee Addiction Let's recap... Wellness as foundation to all LIFE Your choice LIVE what you TEACH TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR WELLNESS Leisure Labour Is something in the way? Filtering Wellness Model Financial Social Self Spiritual /Emotional Occupational Recreational responsibility self- Causes of Stress Don't And it's all small stuff Author: Richard Carlson Exercise addicts Weight Management Ask yourself the question: "Will this matter a year from now?" seek first to understand You can't please everyone breathe before you speak Write down your 5 most
stubborn positions and see
if you can soften them Be aware of the
snowball effect
on your thinking Smile at strangers,
look into their eyes
and say hello Everyday, tell at least 1 person something
that you like about them become a
less aggressive driver stop
blaming others give up the idea
that more is better make peace with imperfection practice being in the eye of the storm be willing to learn
from friends and family When in doubt about whose turn it is to
take out the trash, go ahead and take it Create patience
practice periods turn your melodrama into mellow drama practice ignoring negative thoughts don't interrupt others conflict interruption competition Polarized thinking Catastrophizing physical complaints feelings of inadequacy fear of failure task difficulty previous sub standard performance loss of control personality change social
evaluation guilt Over Generalization Shoulds Emotional Reasoning Sweat Fat, Sick & Almost Dead Before you start - Physical check ups

Choosing an appropriate activity – aerobic/strength/flexibility

Consider enjoyment/facilities/past injuries/ mode of training

Frequency – 3 to 5 days per week

Intensity – 60% of max heart rate for training effect Confronts us all – we know the formula
Diets aplenty but must make life change in order to maintain
Eat less but better
Exercise – build up gradually and adopt recovery procedures Physical and Psychological benefits Quantity
Balance Alcohol as a stress reducer – wellness alternative?

Caffeine – stress reducer


Ilicit drugs

Addiction to over the counter drugs

Need to develop wellness habits
that assist in relieving stress Is more money the solution to wellness?
Some people do little else but think about money – balance?
Plan – budget
Money saving and wasting Dealing with conflict

Preparedness to compromise


Listening skills

Comfort in social settings Harmony with partner, relatives Teacher exchange
Conferences, seminars etc.
Commitment to self-improvement
Using latest technology and aids Learn a new skill
Expand knowledge in some area
Strengthening a WELLNESS imbalance
Short courses Recreate your enthusiasm for work
(recharge the batteries) passive
active Classrooms/ Playground – Your dream?


Timetable – flexibility or loudest voice?

Making the most of existing facilities Physical Aspects of the Environment Social Aspects of the Environment Distance from office to staff room

What staff room offers

Length of Breaks

Relationships with colleagues, parents, students – conflicts

Cultural Aspects of the Environment Time Management Time Wasters – unclear goals/inefficient meetings/interruptions/poor planning and organisation/procrastination/attempting too much at once Anger Management Examine Self Talk – Challenge and change
Express verbally – say what you feel/what you see/what you would like Breaking negative reinforcement regimes Reinforcement Behaviour Managment Thorough preparation
EITBOYH – roving eye
Observe colleagues and have them observe you
Maintain lesson momentum and smoothness Career Review Is teaching for you? Other career choices for teachers. It is easier to avoid than to face life’s difficulties and responsibilities (Procrastination)

The past has a lot to do with determining the present.

Happiness and fulfillment can only occur in the presence of others.

Anger is automatically bad and destructive.

It is bad or wrong to be selfish. Personal par in Golf Wellness Wisdom from 50
Of Grey It is an absolute necessity to have love or approval from peers, family and friends

It is disastrous when people and things are not the way you would like them to be

You must be unfailingly competent and almost perfect in all you undertake (Perfectionism)

External events cause most human misery – people simply react as events trigger their emotions. Range of social activities Labour Leisure Work Time Free Time A state of unwellness all labour at work, little free time Leisure Labour Work & Free Time Work & Free Time Increased Wellness minimal labour, high leisure don't sweat the small stuff What's next? a KBD production
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