4 Steps to setting better goals
1. Make it a habit
Most people can form a habit in about three weeks. This is usually enough time to start experiencing the benefits of your new habit.
So instead of setting huge goals for the whole year, try setting incremental goals for one month, three months, six months, etc.
Successfully hitting these milestones also motivates us to keep up the habit to hit the next one.
2. Set SMART goals
SMART is an acronym for specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. Use this goal structure to craft an achievable and targeted goal. For example, refine general goals like “lose weight” or “exercise more” into “lose 20 lbs in six months” or “walk for 30 minutes five times a week.”
3. Track your progress
There are many ways to keep track of how well you’re sticking to a new goal: journal daily, check-off micro-goals, set specific mile-markers, or take photos.
Larsen’s a big fan of this last idea, “take a photo of everything you eat during the day. You may think you're only having a couple of treat meals a week, but photos may show that you're actually having one or two a day —this way you can monitor that.
Taking weekly full-body photos and comparing them each week or month can show you the progress you won't see on the scale or in the mirror.”
4. Reward yourself
Whether it’s with a day of rest, a movie out, or a cheat meal. “Reward yourself by feeling proud of yourself,” Malaspina recommends. “The more you feel good and rewarded for your efforts, the more likely you are to repeat your behaviors.”
Corporate wellness is created to assist companies identify and support staff and employees from chronic illness
that can eventually affect their health and productivity.
Corporate companies are screened once a year for hypertension, glucose, cholesterol and BMI. These are your normal general screenings which helps with early detection.
Our "QUIT THE SMOKE" (QTS) Program is for anyone that would like to kick the habit.
Habits are difficult to change especially the smoking habit.
With the assistance of the Wellness team we will be your encouragement and motivation to help you quit.
Once you have made the important decision to stop smoking please follow the easy steps below on your journey to a healthier body and mind.
Mental health Challenges- such as depression, anxiety disorder, schizophrenia, eating disorder and addictive behavior – affect one’s mood, thinking and behavior.
Often these challenges affect your ability to function effectively and can cause tension and misery at school or work and in relationships.
The Lifestyle Management Programme provides the tools to fight and deal with these challenges, the program will provide you with monthly updates on how to identify, deal with and management mental health.