7 Dimensions of Wellness

7 Dimensions of Wellness
7 Dimensions of Wellness

Monday, July 22, 2013

Be Well....Work Well: Schmingling with Faith McKinney

Be Well....Work Well.
As a part of our wellness philosophy for women, the 7 Dimensions of Wellness guides us to living a balanced and whole life. Occupational Wellness is a part of that journey.  In providing you with an definition of what it means to be occupationally well, we offer a look at Faith McKinney, someone who we feel promotes a healthy mindset about how we should approach our careers and connection to one another. 

The Path to Occupational Wellness

The occupational dimension of wellness recognizes personal satisfaction and enrichment in one's life through work. At the center of occupational wellness is the premise that occupational development is related to one's attitude about one's work. Traveling a path toward your occupational wellness, you'll contribute your unique gifts, skills and talents to work that are both personally meaningful and rewarding. You'll convey your values through your involvement in activities that are gratifying for you. The choice of profession, job satisfaction, career ambitions, and personal performance are all important components of your path's terrain.

Please take a look at Faith McKinney, The Great Connector.     


“Schmingling-The Art of Being Well Connected Through Blatant Self Promotion” Teaches Entrepreneurs How to Establish Themselves as Experts In Their Industries.

For the millions of entrepreneurs around the world who have struggled to establish credibility within their industry, a new book by Faith McKinney provides a tutorial on the lost art of Schmingling. 

“Schmingling-The Art of Being Well Connected through Blatant Self Promotion” offers practical advice for the entrepreneur about how to define their niche as well as how to create a solid platform to promote themselves and their business.

McKinney has been officially and unofficially helping clients and colleagues find Schmingling success. She has developed a proven set of principles and concepts that have helped entrepreneurs looking for credibility not only establish a solid business platform, but also create fresh and thriving business and personal relationships.

“Over the years, I have worked incredibly hard to achieve professional success, but often struggle to find that level of success in my business,” said McKinney. “By applying the advice I shares in my book, I transformed my life and found the high level of credibility that had previously been so elusive.”

With the explosion of Internet social networking web sites, it can be hard for today’s entrepreneur to figure out how to differentiate themselves from the crowd and develop a solid platform that will foster a loyal clientele.

McKinney’s book provides step-by-step guidance including how an individual can make small changes in their personal style and appearance or to their daily routine to improve their credibility within their industry. She walks readers through several proven tips for self-promotion that strategically create relationships with future clients. Everything first starts with a clear idea of what each individual is looking for – as well as what they’re not – to provide a guidepost along the way.

The advice doesn’t stop once credibility has been established. The book provides advice for nurturing relationships for the long run. By walking readers through a different approach to self-promotion, McKinney explains proven ways to self-promote even if you’re an introvert.

Johnson draws on personal experience, primary research, and the stories of the many entrepreneurs she’s helped. Peppered throughout the book are real examples to highlight the principles in action.

Also included is a chapter to help unravel the mystery of gaining confidence.

McKinney outlines practical guidance on how to get the most out of networking events as well as what not to do when attending networking events.

“Schmingling-The Art of Being Well Connected Through Blatant Self Promotion” is available now for pre-orders at: www.faithmckinney.com for $14.00 . 

More information on the book go to www.faithmckinney.com

 Faith McKinney                                                                     



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