New York, NY (PRWEB) September 12, 2007
With a focus on personal development for conscious individuals, We The Change (http://www.wethechange.com) announces the launch of its educational website and blog.
The primary objective of the site is to provide a continuing stream of recommendations that will help people live healthier, happier and more fulfilling lives. The main areas of focus will be nutrition, exercise, integrative healing, career, spirituality and environmental sustainability.
We the Change will differ from many development websites as the topics discussed will explore how personal well-being directly relates to more global conditions.
Todd Goldfarb, We the Change's founder states: "Our mission is to create a platform where people from all over the world can learn new techniques and practices to improve their lives. We will be vigilant concerning the need for people to purposefully habituate positive changes, as we believe it is only in this manner that global wellness can endure".
Wide ranging recommendations in the areas of food choices, holistic medicines, career fulfillment, spiritual practices and other lifestyle topics will be shared. http://www.wethechange.com/blog will also broadcast podcasts from some of the top thought leaders in the mind-body-spirit continuum, furthering the spread of awareness in the specified categories.
Ultimately, We the Change intends to personify the famous Gandhi quote "you must be the change you want to see in the world", and serve as a daily reminder for all conscious people to continuously live in this manner.
About We The Change
Todd Goldfarb founded We The Change after noticing a significant gap between the "personal development/self-help" crowd and the "environmental/let's save the world" movement. He is a business consultant, entrepreneur and public speaker who became a certified holistic health counselor in his spare time. Located in New York City, Todd offers a unique (and diverse) perspective on personal counseling and business development and spends most of his time blogging on We the Change. For more information please visit http://www.wethechange.com/about.