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Looking forward to National Wellness Conference 2016


I first attended the National Wellness Conference in 1998 as a PhD student in Exercise and Wellness Education. I have attended each year since, presenting at most. My experiences and interaction with the goals and objectives of NWI were so positive that I have devoted my career to making wellness as I experienced at the NWC something all can experience.

Each year at the NWC I encounter a group of people who help each other be the best version of themselves. We work to generate comprehensive improvements by creating interactions so everyone and everything benefits. My career and the mission of NWI are in sync. Professionally I strive to make the experiences I have each year at the NWC something all can experience each day because it would mean we all get to live in a better world.

I look forward to learning about the latest in wellness or positive health and catching up with many friends. Although we keep in touch throughout the year, this is a highlight every year for me.

To me this is a way I get to see many Practice Paneugenesis, that is create interactions so everyone and everything benefits. I hope you will join us in St. Paul Minnesota this year. You can learn more about the conference here.

I have linked information if you want to learn more about my presentation, Working Together to Create Sustainable Change.

Hope I see you in Minnesota.

Be Well’r,
Craig Becker

Be selfish, selfless, & synergistic so everyone and everything benefits!



One Response

  1. […] with the overall aim of improving the common good. Coincidentally, or maybe not, the theme at this years NWC was “Spotlight on Sustainability”.An outcome from which everyone and everything benefits. Another very impressive part of the […]


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