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Smarts and Stamina by Marie-Josée Shaar

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Uploaded on Nov 1, 2011

The SaS model uses the path of least resistance to help you achieve sustainable lifestyle change, so the process requires as little will-power as possible. Too tired to exercise this week? That's fine, work on our sleep instead. Not really interested in watching what you eat today? Try some mood-boosters in the meantime.

Whether you want something short and sweet or complete and thorough, you can have it your way. With very short and easy to digest chapters, SaS is entirely customizable so you can decide what you want from it. But don't be fooled by how simple things look: lots of scientific and empirical research went into each section to insure you the best results possible.
SaS also makes you a co-author by giving you ample space to record your own experiences and observations as you go along. Enough people tell you what you should and shouldn't do already! SaS doesn't preach, and respects your ability to choose what tickles your fancy and suits your lifestyle.

Because it is full of questions and activities, SaS is also an excellent tool for wellness coaches to use with clients.

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