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Smart leaders today are taking better care of themselves. Taking better care of yourself and enhancing your health and fitness can actually help you perform better at work, give you a competitive ...

Smart leaders today are taking better care of themselves. Taking better care of yourself and enhancing your health and fitness can actually help you perform better at work, give you a competitive advantage, and help you become a successful leader.

But you can’t follow any old workout. Football players don’t train like baseball players, and baseball players don’t train like basketball players...and neither should you. You need a proven solution for leaders, fine tuned for the unique challenges of your specific lifestyle.

Being a leader is hard work. It takes energy, strength, and stamina. If you do not look like you can handle the challenges of leadership, people lose confidence in your ability to lead.

www.VitalityLeads.com

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  • Dr. Marc Tinsley Human Function and Performance Expert 412.824.2001 * www.DrMarcTinsley.com * info@DrMarcTinsley.com Keynotes * Breakouts * Workshops * In-services * Teleseminars * Webinars * Coaching * Consulting Dr. Marc Tinsley Fitness for the Rest of Us™ The Resilient Leader Overcoming the challenges of leadership and improving quality of life. 5 November 2013
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  • Balance Life Stress Job, Family, Personal Tension Job, Family, Personal
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  • Benefits Self Organization Family
  • Research suggests that improving physical fitness leads to improved… Work behavior Self Concept Mood Cognitive function
  • Want to Be CEO? What's Your BMI? New Research Suggests Extra Pounds, Large Waists Undermine Perceptions of Leadership Ability The Wall Street Journal January, 16, 2013
  • Stress The pattern of specific and nonspecific responses an organism makes to stimulus events that disturb its equilibrium and tax or exceed its ability to cope.
  • APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY: AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW, 2008, 57 (2), 173–203 doi:10.1111/j.1464-0597.2007.00285.x
  • Optimum Balance Stress Productivity Tension
  • Autonomy Community Outlook Resilience
  • Autonomy •Having choices •Being in control •Moving toward goals •Abilities and skills
  • Community •Strong relationships •In tune with surroundings •Comfortable •Welcome
  • Outlook •Meaning of life •Purpose •Seeing the big picture
  • Resilience •Energy level •Well-being •Appearance
  • Health Death Wellness Illness
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  • It’s all about you. Image courtesy of Ambro / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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  • It’s all about you. What behavior do you need to work on? Dr. Marc Tinsley
  • Keep your eye on the prize. Dr. Marc Tinsley Image courtesy of digitalart / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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  • S M A R T Dr. Marc Tinsley Image courtesy of Master isolated images / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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  • Keep your eye on the prize. What are your long-term goals and short-term objectives? Dr. Marc Tinsley
  • Accentuate the positive. Dr. Marc Tinsley Image courtesy of Ambro / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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  • Accentuate the positive. List some negative and positive triggers. Visualize your success. Dr. Marc Tinsley
  • It’s what’s on the inside that counts. Dr. Marc Tinsley Image courtesy of Tanatat / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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  • It’s what’s on the inside that counts. What do you like that is also good for you? Dr. Marc Tinsley
  • Are you up to the challenge? Dr. Marc Tinsley Image courtesy of scottchan / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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  • Are you up to the challenge? What can you do outside of your comfort zone? Dr. Marc Tinsley
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  • Text TINSLEY to 22828 Dr. Marc Tinsley
  • Dr. Marc Tinsley Human Function and Performance Expert 412.824.2001 info@DrMarcTinsley.com www.DrMarcTinsley.com Keynotes * Breakouts * Workshops * In-services Teleseminars * Webinars * Coaching * Consulting Dr. Marc Tinsley