Articulate, passionate and humorous, Dr. Holly Lucille breaks down the myths and misconceptions about health and health related topics.

Wholehearted Living

From the Show: Mindful Medicine
Summary: You have to care for your internal health as much as you do your external health.
Air Date: 5/23/17
Duration: 26:16
Host: Holly Lucille, RN, ND
Guest Bio: Halley Bock, Author
Halley BockHalley Bock is the author of Life Incorporated: A Practical Guide to Wholehearted Living as well as the founder and CEO of Life, Incorporated, an organization that fosters mindful connection in all areas of life as the means to experience a wholehearted, fulfilling, and joyful life.

Previously, Halley spent over a decade as a shareholder and CEO of a successful training and development company, where she both worked on and studied human dynamics and relationships and their impact on business and individual success. The focus of her company was on developing the art and skill of conversation as the vehicle for creating connection with teams, employees, leaders, and individuals, as well as transforming individual and collective results.

Based out of Seattle, Washington, Halley now spends her time authoring content and connecting others to her vision and mission of Life, Incorporated. She also continues to teach, speak, and consult with executive and firms seeking scalable growth. As a prominent thought leader, Halley has spoken to leaders and audiences across the globe on the topics of relationships, connection, culture, management, and fulfillment. She has also been relied on by substantial media outlets for her expertise.

In addition, Halley serves on the boards of several nonprofits and can often be found exploring the trails with her family.
  • Book Title: Life Incorporated: A Practical Guide to Wholehearted Living
  • Guest Facebook Account: www.facebook.com/lifeincorporated.com
  • Guest Twitter Account: @halleybock
Wholehearted Living
Thanks to technology, we are all connected.

Why, then, are we so stressed, overweight, and disconnected in our personal relationships?

It’s time to examine how we’re living.

Living Whole

You can be fit yet unhealthy. There’s more to health than just eating well and working out. Burning the candle at both ends taxes the adrenal glands. You have to take care of yourself. You shouldn’t need all that coffee to start the day and all that wine to end the day.

Ground yourself. Spend some time being mindful and getting focused. Set your intention each morning, and examine how it worked out in the evening. Validate a job well done.

How can you create meaningful, personal communications, instead of misunderstanding each other with your texts and emails? We’re constantly on the prowl for connection and acceptance with social media shares, statuses and likes. Pick up the telephone or speak with people in-person to prevent miscommunication.

Improve your relationship with yourself. Look at the attitudes you have toward yourself. Work on that connection. Stop being a stranger to yourself.

Listen as Halley Bock joins Dr. Holly Lucille to share how you can live wholeheartedly.