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  • 1. From “The Beaver” to “The Bieber” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 2. Tao Te Ching Thirty spokes share the wheel’s hub; It is the center hole that makes it useful. Shape clay into a vessel; It is the space within that makes it useful. Cut doors and windows for a room; It is the holes which make it useful. Therefore profit comes from what is there; Usefulness from what is not there. - Lao Tzu, 6th century BCcopyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 3. Introductioncopyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 4. Eight Questions You Should Be Asking Me… 1. Who Are You? (Introduction) 2. What Are Your Qualifications? (Credibility) 3. What’s Your Brand? (Unique vs. Commodity) 4. How Are You Like Me? (Rapport) 5. What is Your Personal and Professional Mission? (Motivation) 6. Who Are Your Heroes? (Philosophical Perspective) 7. What Do You Want to Share? (Knowledge, Experience, Information) 8. What Do You Want Me to Do? (Action Steps) copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 5. My Name is… Michael Hayes Samuelson
  • 6. My professional credentials include… • Graduate Degree in Ed from UMich • Vietnam Era Veteran • Teacher • Counselor • University Lecturer • Entrepreneur • Corporate Executive – VP – SVP – EVP – President 35+ – CEO – Chairman – BOD – Intrapreneur • Healthcare Advocate • Policy Adviser • Consultant • Executive Coach • Author copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 7. Same as, or similar to you, I am …• Spouse and Life Partner• Parent• Grandparent• Friend• International Mountaineer• Writer• Photographer• Pet Lover• Voracious Reader• Technology Junkie• Racquet Sport Player• Walker• Insatiably Curious
  • 8. Then and Now: a Thirty-Five+ Year Journey 1976 1968 2012
  • 9. Then and Now: A Thirty-Five+ Year Journey Indian Mountain AFS, AK, 1968
  • 10. Then and Now: A Thirty-Five+ Year JourneyGenomics Indigent PopulationAging Population Medical TourismAccess Convenient CareAffordability TechnologyUninsured MalpracticeEconomic and Health Impact of Behavior Paternalism/EntitlementUniversal Healthcare Mandated BenefitsSingle Payer Defensive MedicineGrowth of Chronic Care Immigrant HealthcareShared Responsibility Health LiteracyPersonal Accountability Health EducationSpecialty Pharmacy Never EventsEnd of Life Issues Rx Drug ReformLegislative Streamlining and Reform Electronic Medical RecordsCulture/Language Barriers Emergency Medicine (disaster/pandemic)Transparency Pay for PerformanceMedical Report Cards Tele-MedicineEconomics & Enforcement of HIPPA Shift to the Prevention Side of the Care ContinuumOrphaned Diseases Medical Divide (regional, global, cultural, ethnic disparity)On-Line Rx E-Health Information & Misinformation (WEB)Media Influence (TV/Movies) Tort Reform copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 11. My brand is… Michael H. Samuelson, CI ™
  • 12. M i c h a e l H . S a m u e l so n , C I ™My personal mission… “My personal mission is to progressively and consistently achieve measurably higher levels of physical, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual awareness by living a life of integrity, curiosity, authenticity, compassion and dedication to the collective needs of all beings.”
  • 13. M i c h a e l H . S a m u e l so n , C I ™My professional mission… “My professional mission is to progressively and consistently achieve measurably higher levels of physical, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual awareness by living a life of integrity, curiosity, authenticity, compassion and dedication to the collective needs of all beings. And, to assist others in doing likewise.”
  • 14. My heroes Include… “Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered with defeat, than to take rank with those poor spirits that neither enjoy much nor suffer much because they live in the twilight that knows not victory or defeat” - Teddy Roosevelt 1858 – 1919 COA - 1876
  • 15. My heroes Include… “Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors where there were only walls” - Joseph Campbell 1904 – 1987 COA - 1922
  • 16. My heroes Include… “…success, like happiness, cannot be pursued; it must ensue, and it only does so as the unintended side-effect of ones personal dedication to a cause greater than oneself or as the by-product of ones surrender to a person other than oneself. Happiness must happen... you have to let it happen by not caring about it..” - Viktor Frankl 1905 – 1997 COA - 1923
  • 17. My heroes Include… “Do not act as if you are going to live ten thousand years. Death hangs over you. While you live, while it is in your power, be good. - Marcus Aurelius 161 – 180 COA - 177
  • 18. Here are some of the topics I plan on covering… 1. Position (Thesis) Statement – My Point of View 2. The Longevity Revolution 3. A Trans-Generation/Race/Ethnicity Culture 4. US Generations: 1883 - 2010 5. Heritage Generations 6. Generations at Work 7. Name that Artist 8. Linear vs. Cyclic Life Plan
  • 19. Here’s what I want you to do… 1. Pay Attention 2. Respect the Reality That “We Only Know What We Know” 3. Join the Ranks of the Meta-Rational 4. Be an Active Participant 5. Check Your Sword and Your Shield at the Door 6. Enter with a Beginner’s Mind 7. At the End of the Session Ask … “What questions have we not asked that we should ask?”
  • 20. From “The Beaver” to “The Bieber” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 21. What is Wellness? copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 22. Personal Wellness Defined well·ness, ’wel-nəs: a dynamic objective and subjective progression toward a state of complete physical, intellectual, emotional, spiritual and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Incremental improvements can occur from pre-conception up to and including a person’s last breath - m.samuelson
  • 23. Corporate & Community Wellness Defined …any activity, policy, attitude, and physical plant circumstance that facilitates a person’s progression toward complete physical, intellectual, emotional, spiritual and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of harm - m.samuelson
  • 24. Six Key Fundamentals copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 25. Six Key Fundamentals 1. The Process of Change: – Intellectual (Informs) – Emotional (Engages) – Visceral (Call to Action) – Cellular (Habit) 2. Help Others Answer the Question, “So What?” and the World will beat a path to Your Door. 3. Focus on The Social Determinates of Population Health: The Other 16 Hours (Home, Community & School) copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 26. Six Key Fundamentals 4. The Ultimate Prevention Strategy is the Care and Feeding of Our Children. 5. The Art of Living Trumps the Science of Life 6. Be Aware of and Beware of The Chronologically Superior. copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 27. Change Point of View “Some things are hurrying into existence, and other things are hurrying out of it; and, of that that is coming into existence, part is already extinguished. Motions and changes are continually renewing the world, just as the uninterrupted course of time is always renewing the infinite duration of ages.” - Marcus Aurelius Meditations of Marcus Aurelius copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 28. Motion & Change Physiology Psychology Sociology copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 29. Your Workforce & Consumer Base are ChangingPoint of View… In 1918 Henry Ford could afford to say: “Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black.” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 30. Your Workforce & Consumer Base are ChangingPoint of View… But, It ’s Now 2012 and You Can’t… copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 31. The Longevity Revolution copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 32. The Longevity Revolution Where have we been…and where are we goingLife Expectancy 1000 - 2050 90 78 48 35 37 38 30 25 copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 33. A Trans-Generation/Race/Ethnicity Culture copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 34. A Trans-Generation/Race/Ethnicity Culture copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 35. A Trans-Generation/Race/Ethnicity Culture Race/Ethnicity % by Gender 2009 (Pew Research Center) Silent 80 7 8 41Boomer 73 10 11 42 Gen X 62 18 12 6 2 Gen Y 61 19 13 42 White Hispanic Black Asian Other copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 36. A Trans-Generation/Race/Ethnicity Culture Immigration Distribution 1900 & 2007 1900 2007 • Europe – 86% • Europe – 13% • Asia – 1% • Asia – 27% • Latin America – 1% • Latin America – 54% • Other Regions – 11% • Africa – 4% • Other Regions – 3% copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 37. US Generations 1883 - 2010 copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 38. Heritage GenerationsFrom The Shores of Ellis Island to The Shores of Pearl Harbor The Lost Generation: 1883 – 1900 The Greatest Generation: 1901 – 1924 copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 39. The Lost Generation (DOB: 1883 – 1900 COA: 1901 – 1918) Signature Events 1901 - 1st Transatlantic Radio Signal 1902 - US Pres. McKinley Assassinated 1905 - Freud Publishes his Theory of Sexuality 1907 - 1st Electric Washing Machine 1908 - Ford Introduces the Model T 1909 - Plastic is Invented 1913 - Henry Ford Creates Assembly Line 1913 - Personal Income Tax Introduced 1917 - US Enters World War I 1918 - Flu Pandemic Kills 675,000 Americans copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 40. The Greatest Generation (DOB: 1901 – 1924 COA: 1919 – 1924) Signature Events 1919 - World War I is Over 1920 - Prohibition Begins in the United States 1920 - Women Granted the Right to Vote 1928 - Penicillin Discovered 1929 - The Great Depression 1932 - Air-Conditioning Invented 1933 - Prohibition Ends in the US 1935 - Social Security Enacted in the US 1939 - World War II Begins 1941 - Japanese Attack Pearl Harbor copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 41. Generations at WorkFrom “The Beaver” to “The Bieber” The Silent Generation: 1925 – 1945 The Baby Boomers: 1946 – 1965 Gen X: 1966 – 1980 Gen Y (Millennials): 1981 – 1997 copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 42. The Silent Generation (DOB: 1925 – 1945 COA: 1943 – 1963) Signature Events 1944 - D-Day 1945 - FDR Dies 1945 - US Drops Atomic Bombs on Japan 1948 - State of Israel Founded 1950 – Korean War (ends in ‘53) 1954 - Segregation Ruled Illegal in US 1959 - Castro Becomes Dictator of Cuba 1960 - Introduction of the Birth Control Pill 1962 - Cuban Missile Crisis 1963 - JFK Assassinated copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 43. The Silent GenerationDefining Themes: • radio generation • security • comfort • Traditional values copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 44. The Silent GenerationRelationships, Rewards and Motivation: • high touch – low tech • telephone, yes…text, no • handwrite a note rather than e-mail • they like to take trips and stay at nice places • traditional values • they prefer their photos in print…not, digital copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 45. The Baby Boomers (DOB: 1946 – 1965 COA: 1964 - 1983) Signature Events 1965 - US Sends Troops to Vietnam 1968 - Martin Luther King Jr. Assassinated 1968 - Robert F Kennedy Assassinated 1969 - 1st Man on the Moon 1972 - Watergate Scandal Breaks 1973 - Abortion Legalized in the United States 1973 - US Pulls out of Vietnam 1974 - Nixon Resigns 1981 - New Plague Identified as AIDS 1981 1981 - PC Computers Introduced by IBM copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 46. The Baby BoomerDefining Themes: • the television generation • experimentation • break the rules • global concerns • gender/role opportunity confusion copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 47. The Baby BoomerRelationships, Rewards and Motivation: • public recognition • opportunities to prove themselves • perks with status • ask for their input • expect reward for work ethic and long hours copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 48. The X Generation (DOB: 1966 – 1980 COA: 1984 - 1998) Signature Events 1985 - Hole in the Ozone Discovered 1985 - Soviet Glasnost & Perestroika 1986 - Challenger Space Shuttle Explodes 1986 - Chernobyl Nuclear Accident 1989 - Berlin Wall Falls 1989 - Exxon Valdez Oil Spill 1991 - Collapse of the Soviet Union 1991 - Operation Desert Storm 1993 - Use of the Internet Grows Exponentially 1995 - Oklahoma City Bombing copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 49. The X GenerationDefining Themes: • the computer generation • wall street – make it while you can • post watergate cynicism • searching for a cause copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 50. The X GenerationRelationships, Rewards and Motivation: • multiple projects • autonomy when it come to prioritizing and juggling • constant constructive feedback • time off with friends & family • have fun at work • latest computer technology copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 51. The Y Generation (DOB: 1981 – 1997 COA: 1999 - 2015) Signature Events 2001 - Terrorist Attack on 9/11 * 2001 - US and NATO Invade Afghanistan 2003 - The US Invades Iraq 2003 - Darfur Slaughter Intensifies 2004 - Face Book & Surge of Social Media 2005 - Israel Withdraws from Gaza Strip 2006 - North Korea Conducts Nuclear Test 2008 - The Great Recession 2008 - Obama Elected US President 2011 - Iraq War Declared Officially Over * Transcends Coming of Age Parameters
  • 52. The Y GenerationDefining Themes: • the internet generation • confident, connected, open to change • racially and ethnically diverse • politically progressive and active • define lives in 140 characters or less • religiously agnostic copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 53. The Y GenerationRelationships, Rewards and Motivation: • personal and professional mission compatibility • absolute equality – zero gender distinctions/roles • potential for conflict with X generation • concerned with education and skill-building opportunities • seek-out and work well with mentors • big on sporting events and group dates copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 54. Name That Artist… copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 55. Several Generations & Cultures Living and Working Under the Same Roof…. Each with Distinct Voice, Values, Interests, Needs, and Desires Name that Artist copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 56. Several Generations & Cultures Living and Working Under the Same Roof…. Each with Distinct Voice, Values, Interests, Needs, and Desires Aretha – “Respect” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 57. Several Generations & Cultures Living and Working Under the Same Roof…. Each with Distinct Voice, Values, Interests, Needs, and DesiresGladys Knight – “Midnight Train to Georgia” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 58. Several Generations & Cultures Living and Working Under the Same Roof…. Each with Distinct Voice, Values, Interests, Needs, and Desires Elvis – “Burning Love” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 59. Several Generations & Cultures Living and Working Under the Same Roof…. Each with Distinct Voice, Values, Interests, Needs, and Desires Glenn Miller – “In The Mood” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 60. Several Generations & Cultures Living and Working Under the Same Roof…. Each with Distinct Voice, Values, Interests, Needs, and DesiresAlicia Keyes – “I Keep on Falling” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 61. Several Generations & Cultures Living and Working Under the Same Roof…. Each with Distinct Voice, Values, Interests, Needs, and Desires Alan Jackson– “Drive” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 62. Several Generations & Cultures Living and Working Under the Same Roof…. Each with Distinct Voice, Values, Interests, Needs, and Desires Jay-Z– “Empire State of Mind” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 63. Several Generations & Cultures Living and Working Under the Same Roof…. Each with Distinct Voice, Values, Interests, Needs, and DesiresCommon– “I Used to Love H.E.R.” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 64. Several Generations & Cultures Living and Working Under the Same Roof…. Each with Distinct Voice, Values, Interests, Needs, and DesiresPrince Royce– “Las Cosas Pequenas” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 65. Several Generations & Cultures Living and Working Under the Same Roof…. Each with Distinct Voice, Values, Interests, Needs, and Desires Vishal-Shkhar– “Tore Bina” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 66. Several Generations & Cultures Living and Working Under the Same Roof…. Each with Distinct Voice, Values, Interests, Needs, and Desires Khang Huy– “Ba Xa Tui” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 67. Linear vs. Cyclic Life Path copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 68. Linear vs. Cyclic Life Plan 90 86 80 Recreation 75 70 65 60 55 50 Work 45 40 35 30 25 20 Education 15 5 0 copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 69. Thanks!copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com
  • 70. From “The Beaver” to “The Bieber” copyright 2012, mhsamuelson, michael@samuelsonwellness.com