Should I Fire My Doctor? is about taking ownership of our health by applying essential elements of health and happiness that can dramatically decrease depression, disability and death ultimately reducing our need for office visits, prescription medications and surgeries. This book is perfect for anyone who wants to get to the next level of health and happiness!
living WELL aware: Eleven Essential Elements to Health and Happiness is a comprehensive workbook with extensive information on each health topic and elaborates on the essential elements outlined in Dr Sulak’s book Should I Fire My Doctor?. This workbook includes 13 lessons, each with informational materials, worksheets, resource lists, and knowledge tests. Perfect accountability resource for the group or individual.
Are you ready to get your business, school, or professional organization healthier and happier in 2017? Contact living WELL aware today to discover how we can provide you with information, implementation techniques, and inspiration for you employees and/or complement your existing program to enhance health/wellness outcomes!
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Texas A&M University’s WELLNESS WORKS! program established by Texas A&M Division of Human Resources & Organizational Effectiveness has partnered with Living WELL Aware to create and implement an official year-long employee health/wellness program! This collaboration will provide Texas A&M University employees with a comprehensive Living WELL Aware workbook, tailored webcast, and newsletter designed specifically to jumpstart their employee engagement in holistic wellness. Two kick-start conferences have already proved a great start to this wellness initiative and we are excited about the monthly release of one of our Eleven Essential Elements to Health and Happiness to continue #livingWELLaware at Texas A&M in 2018!
Heather Hans, LCSW, MSW, MBA, CPIC
I read your book and love it! – It’s straightforward, honest, wise, and inspiring. Thank you.– Heather Hans, LCSW, MSW, MBA, CPIC
John and I are enjoying your book. You are a very clear, straightforward writer… and you are as engaging in your writing as you are when you speak. You provide excellent examples for your points, and your passion clearly shows through. In both writing and speaking you are quite gifted. Thanks for sharing your gifts with us!– Diane
Just want you to know that I love your book! Really like how you brought it all together beyond diet and exercise. Forgiveness was a big one too! And, I must admit – never thought about chronic anger the way you describe it! Great work – the world desperately needs your voice out there.All the best,Michael
It took me a while to get around to joining, but I cannot express to you how inspired I was hearing your talk at the Pearls of Wisdom seminar in St. Louis. You were certainly funny and entertaining, but so full of useful wisdom. THANK YOU! I’m really eager to learn more about how the things that were once annoying to you about your husband eventually became cute.Thanks again.
Carol Felton, MDAssociate Professor Texas Tech Univ School of Medicine
I read Should I Fire My Doctor? this weekend and I am quite impressed. Your writing is so down to earth, positive, and practical. There are many ideas that I will use for my life & I plan to get a copy to give to each of our residents for Christmas this year. I believe it will be helpful for them & their patients.
Cannot tell you how cool your Living Well Aware stuff is!! From both a professional and personal standpoint… So, so refreshingly on target and stated in an articulate way!!– Julie
Mary A. Schubert Director of Strategic Projects, Wellness, & EngagementHuman Resources │ Texas A&M University
As a previous attendee of Dr. Sulak’s conference, I wanted you to have some first-hand knowledge of how amazing and impactful this conference has been for me. Employee wellness and engagement are two of my areas of responsibilities in Human Resources at Texas A&M University. After having attended Dr. Sulak’s Living WELL Aware conference, I was so impressed by the holistic nature of her program that I decided to join forces with Dr. Sulak in developing a program specifically for ...
LWA Attendee / High School Principal
Dr. Sulak,I am very pleased that you will be speaking with our staff. I have just finished reading your book which I enjoyed very much. I have also memorized the Eleven Essential Keys. (Yes, I realize that just memorizing them doesn’t mean anything if I don’t apply them.) The real test was when I reached for a bag of M&M’s and the words “Critique Caloric consumption” came to my mind. This key happens to be my biggest weakness. However, I ...
Thank you SO much for your book… I absolutely LOVE it! It’s catchy but straightforward at the same time – you’re speaking the straight up truth. Not everyone is ready to hear it, but when they’re ready, you’ve got brilliant advice for them!
Dear Dr. Sulak,I attended your Living Well Aware conference several months ago. I gradually started implementing the many things I learned from that day into my daily life, like exercise, and began to eliminate foods that I should have ended my relationship with long ago. Knowing myself as I do, I knew I couldn’t be successful if I made drastic changes in my diet and lifestyle, so I took baby steps. I have now lost 24 pounds. It may not ...