Revolutionary You!

Revolutionary You!

Wisdom and advice for enhancing your life, your mind, your health and wellness. We're striving to give you purpose and sanity to your over-stressed and over-worked life.... Show More
March 14, 2018 38 min

Behavioral scientist, Julie Slowiak, joins me in this week's episode. She discusses her work as Associate Professor of Psychology at University of Minnesota Duluth and founder of InJewel LLC. We tackle the subject of aligning health goals to our values and why this is so important for the success we want to achieve. In spirit of many episodes of this show where the "deeper why" is covered, Julie has a fresh perspective on making sure that what resonates with us as individuals drives the actions we need to reach our goals. To learn more about Julie's work, visit www.injewelcoaching.com To learn more about your host, visit www.jasonleenaarts.com and like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/revolutionaryou Download, subscribe, share with your friends and please take a moment to leave us an iTunes review. 

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