In these uncertain times, it will be more important than ever to cultivate the art of whole mind-body wellness. Jean Steel brings 20 years of integrated wellness wisdom to classrooms, board rooms, and hospitals all over the country. Her company, Wellness Works, offers workshops, trainings, keynotes and more on the many facets of authentic wellness. Last year, Jean published I’d Like to Run Wild! a wellness handbook whose title was borrowed from an elderly stroke patient’s most fervent wish. Unable to walk or speak, this 88-year-old woman was asked to describe how she felt. On a scrap of paper, in a careful hand, she wrote “I’d like to run wild.”
Knowing that even spirited women get busy, stressed, and disconnected from the essence of their lives, Jean wrote “I’d Like to Run Wild!” to re-introduce us all to our true selves. In her book and on the road, Jean teaches us to clarify our values, create a plan, manage our time, pursue our passions, cultivate gratitude and – get some sleep!
Born in Los Angeles and raised in Africa and Asia, Jean knows first-hand what it’s like to be strong, resilient, flexible, and above all―grateful. Holding a B.A in Sociology and an M.S. in Mind & Body Health and Wellness, Jean really means it when she says, “Anyone, anytime, anywhere, can be well.”
If you are truly interested in a way of life that’s free from old, negative habits and rich with new and healthy ones, Jean Steel is right on time. Log onto www.jeansteel.com, click on Contact, and subscribe to her free, inspirational monthly newsletter. While there, you can also peruse her workshops, trainings, and speaking topics and of course, order your own copy of I’d Like to Run Wild! As a Spirited Woman, enter the code word “Enjoy” at checkout to receive $3 off each book and a special treat. You can also contact Jean at (805) 931-0932 or email@example.com
Run Wild! groups who gather together to do the “homework” are springing up all over the country. Why not start your own? Special rates will be offered for multiple orders. In Jean’s own words, “Wellness is one-third attitude, one-third responsibility, and one-third choice.” You can change your attitude, take responsibility, and make a choice.