You've been thinking about introducing a wellness program and finally feel like you've developed a solid business case. You walk in to your manager's office and barely get these words out of your mouth, "I'd like to talk about wellness ... ," when you hear a combination of: "We don't have the money for it ... you have better things to work on ... only the healthy will use it ... ." You meekly head back to your desk and put your wellness presentation up on the shelf. Is this you? If yes, let the "tree of healthy" be your green thumb of wellness success.

The tree of healthy being is not a wellness program; quite simply, it's a graphic approach to illustrate the success you can have with wellness using the current and future resources at your disposal; success does not require a full-blown wellness program and can be as low key as you want/need it to be.

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