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Wellth: How I Learned to Build a Life, Not a Résumé Hardcover – March 1, 2016
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"Health begins with what’s on your plate. But “wellness" is alchemy — an elusive and delicate ballet of body, mind & spirit ever striving for perfect harmony. Deftly leveraging the wisdom and experience of the world’s greatest wellness experts, Wellth is a brilliantly composed, highly engaging memoir and easy to digest primer on exactly how you too can be healthy and happy, live your best life, and thrive. A must read!”
—Rich Roll, wellness advocate and bestselling author of Finding Ultra and The Plantpower Way
"I wish all my patients and readers would grab a copy of Wellth. To truly thrive, we all need what Jason Wachob shares with us here. More wellth, not wealth. It’s that simple and that important.”— Mark Hyman, MD, Director, Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, Author of #1 New York Times Bestseller, The Blood Sugar Solution
“I love Jason’s work and his first book is a personal, smart and informative read. Wellth shares his deep wisdom and helps you enjoy a more exciting, energized, healthy, and ultimately well-lived life.”
—Dan Buettner, National Geographic Fellow and New York Times bestselling author of The Blue Zones Solution
“Wellth reminds us that by simply slowing down, having gratitude, and placing attention on our dreams, we can and do have truly abundant and healthy lives.”
—Amber Valletta, actress and supermodel
“Wellth is a folksy distillation of what we need to know about living a rich and fulfilling life. Written in a humble trustworthy voice, complex and often contradictory knowledge is made accessible and clear...”
—Frederic Luskin, Ph.D., Director of the Stanford Forgiveness Project
"Jason Wachob’s book reminds the global community to shift our goals from material possessions to love, happiness, joy and purpose. By sharing his engaging personal stories of trials and growth, we gain a refreshing perspective on what to do to ensure our own wellbeing."
—Tara Stiles, founder of Strala Yoga
“…Maximize joy in all that you do."
—New York Post
“For a comprehensive yet simple guide on how to live a healthier life, look no further. Wellth, a new book by MindBodyGreen founder Jason Wachob, takes a holistic approach to happiness, success and wellness. Mr. Wachob gives new currency to mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. The advice in Wellth is firsthand: a Wall Street expatriate’s personal accounts. Refreshingly sincere and engaging, readers are humbled, surprised and invigorated. Be prepared to shed a tear, start yoga, question your doctor’s advice and eat more vegetables.”
—The New York Observer
“An easy and great read for anyone who is a reticent convert to living a little better (specifically guys who resist kale).”
About the Author
JASON WACHOB is the Founder and CEO of mindbodygreen, the leading independent media company dedicated to health and happiness with 15 million monthly unique visitors. He has been featured in The New York Times, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, and Vogue. Jason has a BA in history from Columbia University, where he played varsity basketball for four years. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, and loves German Shepherds, Chuck Taylors, and guacamole.
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I've always been much more into the idea that life is meant to be lived. Though not always enjoyed, I don't think the entire stint we have on this planet is supposed to be a rat race to the top. I would much rather spend my years traveling and experiencing that sitting in a cubicle or school desk. I have learned that not everyone thinks this way. I have the utmost respect for people that know what they want or are meant to do in life and go for it, be that collecting degrees, politics, health fields, and raising families. Meanwhile I'm over here being awesome, avoiding college like the plague, and still figuring out when and how I'm traveling Europe.
I liked this book because it is applicable to any and every one of us. The stock market broker, the yogi, the college student, or depressed trying to figure it all out. Wachob has been all of those people and in this self-help/memoir he shares everything he has learned in life and ways to live life - no matter where you find yourself- to the fullest. A Wellthy life, not just a wealthy life.
To live the best life, Wachob encourages us to focus on our connection of our minds, bodies, and the earth around us. Not in a hippy-dippy manner, but in a way that we are mindful. Mindful of what we put into our minds, our bodies. Mindful of our outlook, our energy, our support groups. He urges us to pay attention to our bodies, feed them well, try new things, respect eastern and western methods of healing and living.
Each life has a unique recipe for being it's best lived version. There is no one-size diet, exercise routine, career path, or calling. We have to be in tune with our bodies and minds and take care of each in order to stay healthy, find happy, and truly help ourselves and others. Wellth is an insightful book on life. It's easy to read and easy to recommend. Thumbs up, Wachob!
I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review. All opinions are my own.