Well-being with Meaning: Your Genes Are Not Your Fate

We can sit back and make as many excuses as we want, OR we could play active roles in improving our health, happiness and future.

We can sit back and make as many excuses as we want, OR we could play active roles in improving our health, happiness and future. I’ve had conversations with friends who tell me that because they’re predisposed to health conditions such as high cholesterol or diabetes, that the fate of their health is inevitable. Take a moment to watch this short TED talk and stop making excuses.

Cat Juliano

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