When we move with a purpose, then motivation, happiness, and health will follow. The Japanese have a word for this - Ikigai - a reason for being.
Movement can strengthen not only the body, but the mind and the spirit.
Scott Godwin has a passion for helping people use physical activity to live a better life and perform better. He is the founder and owner of Live Well Inc., a health, fitness, sports, and wellness consultancy with individual and corporate clients all over the US and has helped 1000s of people achieve their goals, including Fortune 100 Executives, Olympic and Amateur athletes, and individuals with disabilities, among many others from all walks of life.
Scott has spoken at many prominent organizations, such as The Capital City Club and Natural Body Health Spas, and Auburn University, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgia Tech, and Georgia State University and has been featured in the Atlanta Business Chronicle, and on NBC and several national and international radio stations. Scott earned his MS in Exercise Science from Georgia State University and his Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion from Auburn University and enjoys living an active life and giving back to the community.
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Healthy Work: Putting the Good Back Into Work
by Scott Godwin
Healthy Work is a unique and timely manifesto by the author on how to create a healthy & joyful working life. The author has put many years of experience, education, and practice into developing this revolutionary manual for building health through work. It will undoubtedly be used by many to find fulfillment, contentment, and success.
Movement & Meaning
by Scott Godwin
We all know exercise is good for us, but “Movement & Meaning” tells the rest of the story. It's been described as "Lord of the Rings" meets a 21st century manual for stress management. Whether you're a fitness enthusiast, athlete, or totally inactive and unmotivated, this book will forever change your mindset when it comes to being mentally healthy, happy, and strong.
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