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ASPIRE Wellbeing Program Pilot Launches on Feb 10 with Dr. Jon Kolkin

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Are we making a difference? Do we have enough money to survive? Do we have the physical energy to enjoy life? If something happened to us, would we have the support of our friends and family? When it comes down to it - these are the things that matter.

Sample the first monthly ASPIRE Wellbeing Pilot Workshop, taking place February 10th in San Francisco.

The 2.5 hour program, 'Live The Life You've Worked For' offers insights into how individuals can integrate their personal life and professional life in such a way that both pursuits, rather than creating a constant tug-of-war, complement and strengthen the quality of the other. Participants will learn strategies to more clearly recognize their life’s priorities and gain better control over their hectic lifestyle, moving forward with a higher level of personal satisfaction and happiness.

Registration includes a copy of Tom Rath and Jim Harter’s book, 'Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements' with a link to an online self-assessment – the same assessment employees will take during the more comprehensive series. To learn more, go to

Partners Carla Morton and Suzanna Gratz created ASPIRE to address the apathy, burnout, stress, overwhelm, and frustration that leads to poor lifestyle choices, as well as to attrition and lack of engagement which many employers complain cost their companies billions of dollars every year.

ASPIRE’s science is based on the principles of 'neuroplasticity', the brain's ability to change itself by forming new neural pathways, or “our ability to change our lives by changing our brains, one day at a time. Scientists have proven that it takes 30 days to make concentrated, positive changes in our brains. With our professional assessment tools, participants can actually chart their progress every month. And it's empowering to see the changes. Participants learn the fundamentals of wellbeing and then take it as far as they want to go. And this affects their friends, their families and their colleagues," says Gratz.

The ASPIRE team found that, over the last eight years, Wells Fargo, Chevron, Blue Shield, Old Navy and Caesars Entertainment offered less comprehensive wellbeing programs, and saved millions in healthcare and attrition costs. "So we replicated some of their systems and gathered the country's most effective workshop leaders, then wrapped in Gallup's research and incorporated neuroscientific tools, and ASPIRE was born."

To attend the first San Francisco Wellbeing Pilot program, 'Live the Life You've Worked For' with physician, philanthropist, artist, former venture capitalist, competitive athlete, husband and father Dr. Jon Kolkin, visit

Future pilot series workshops will include 'How Paying It Forward Pays You Back,' 'Happiness is a Positive Cash Flow,' 'Master Your Mind, Master Your Weight' and 'Expect to Be Misunderstood'.

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