At a time in history when most of us find ourselves struggling to find time to do everything we need to get done, and most Americans report feeling “out of balance” and stressed. What are some strategies to find balance between work, family, health, and achieve a higher quality of life? How does exercise and positive mental attitude translate into success? What are the secrets of top performers in the work place who manage to translate this success into their personal lives?
Jose Maresma, M.S., is an Exercise Physiologist with Nuvita Corporate Wellness Solutions. He has 25 years of experience in wellness. He will address the Facility Manager Association of New Mexico and their associates about healthy lifestyle, happiness, and work. Jose will touch on “The Happiness Advantage”, a curriculum used at Nuvita. Based on the science of positive psychology, this is the science of looking at what the most successful and fulfilled individuals are doing in their everyday lives. Jose will explain the broken paradigm of “If I’m successful, then I will be happy”, and talk about how being in a state of gratitude actually fosters the greatest success, overall happiness, satisfaction, and productivity. The “90/10” is very real strategy which top performers utilize to approach the world: 10% about what is happening, and 90% about how you choose to look at it.
In addition Jose will touch on healthy nutrition and how it actually helps protect us from the symptoms of depression, exercise and how it actually makes us smarter, and provide real stress management tools. He will explore at how the integration of healthy habits is essential not only for physical health, but to maintain the energy and mental focus necessary to be a top performer at work and at home.
Plan now to attend this important meeting which touches everyone in the workplace. Reservations are always necessary. Email (preferred) firstname.lastname@example.org or call Carolee at 505-975-6753 to be included. The meeting will be held at Garduno’s Uptown Restaurant on Wednesday morning, January 15th, beginning at 7 am. Members pay $30.00 and non-members $35.00. First time facility managers are always free but you must reserve your place.