HealthyBehaviors.com Signs Jackie Stanley as Contributing Expert

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HealthyBehaviors.com has engaged Jackie Stanley, Chief Encouragement Officer of Lettuce Is Not Enough University, to provide expert content for their new interactive, membership website. Ms. Stanley's areas of expertise are personal development, weight loss, and wellness.

We’re very pleased to have her as one of our providers of expertise for our members.

HealthyBehaviors.com (http://www.healthybehaviors.com) announced today that they have signed an agreement with Jackie Stanley of Greensboro, NC – engaging her to provide expert content for their new interactive website, currently in development.

Ms. Stanley is Chief Encouragement Officer of Lettuce Is Not Enough University, her own website (http://www.lettuceisnotenough.com), which carries the subtitle, "The Place to Learn How to Live Well and Lose Weight."

“Jackie Stanley is a passionate, energetic speaker on women's issues, including personal development, weight loss, and wellness,” said Ellen Wood Jones, Vice President of HealthyBehaviors.com. “We’re very pleased to have her as one of our providers of expertise for our members.”

A Wake Forest University law school graduate, Jackie Stanley is also the author of eight other books geared toward personal empowerment. Her books have been highlighted in Essence Magazine, Publisher's Weekly, and USA Today.

“My philosophy is simple,” stated Stanley. “Change your behavior and the weight loss will follow. It is because HealthyBehaviors.com shares that philosophy that I am excited about joining their team and helping them develop exciting and innovative content and programs.”

HealthyBehaviors.com, Inc., headquartered in St. George, UT, is an organization dedicated to helping people achieve their life goals – by making permanent changes in their everyday behavior. The HealthyBehaviors.com interactive website will provide a unique system of measurement, feedback, and reinforcement of incremental change – in order to build new, positive habits contributing to longer, healthier, and more rewarding lives.

“It’s really all about changing your behavior – for life,” said Larry Jones, President of HealthyBehaviors.com.

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