Resilience: Motivating Lasting Change
Have you ever wondered why it is that people who desperately want to adopt healthier lifestyles don’t stick with them once their initial burst of motivation fades? Dr. Michelle Segar explains why logic-based reasons for behavior change (e.g., better health, disease prevention, etc.) keep people stuck in cycles of starting and stopping but not behavioral sustainability.
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HI Now’s Kanoe Gibson “connects the dots” on “Resilience: Motivating Lasting Change” with award-winning motivation scientist and bestselling author, Dr. Michelle Segar.” Dr. Segar gives tips on adopting a healthier lifestyle, and maintaining motivation. Listen now.
Join UHA Health Insurance, in partnership with Hawaii Business Magazine and Hawaii Employers Council, for Resilience: Motivating Lasting Change with Michelle Segar. Moderated by Michael Story, Senior Workplace Wellness Advisor at UHA Health Insurance, this free webinar provided attendees with a more strategic way to communicate about and promote the sustainable behavior necessary for achieving improved health and well-being among themselves and others.
On April 1, award-winning motivation scientist and bestselling author Dr. Michelle Segar showcased the science for a new paradigm to better foster sustainable behavior change. Dr. Segar directs the University of Michigan’s Sport, Health, and Activity Research and Policy Center, and has spent almost 30 years studying how to create systems that support sustainable healthy behaviors among individuals and organizations. Her bestselling book, “No Sweat: How the Simple Science of Motivation Can Bring You a Lifetime of Fitness,” was featured in The New York Times and is being used to train health coaches and medical professionals around the world.
Whether you’re looking to incorporate healthier foods into your diet or make daily exercise a part of your routine, Dr. Segar explains why logic-based reasons for behavior change may be keeping you stuck in cycles of starting and stopping. Using a science-based story, she describes a novel approach to promoting self-care, health, and well-being for life.