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Wellbeing for Authors with Dr Richard Pile
20 January @ 11:30 - 12:15 GMT
Wellbeing: what does it mean to you and how can you can experience more of it?
In this 45-minute session, Dr. Richard Pile will focus on how to get the best out of your sleep, nutrition, movement, relaxation and connection as an author – including the importance of sleep and routine for concentration, moving more throughout the day and connecting with others.
There will be a Q&A at the end. After the session, you are welcome to stay on the Zoom call for an informal chat (using breakout rooms if needed).
Please submit any wellbeing-related questions in advance to [email protected].
About Dr. Richard Pile
Dr Richard Pile was raised a proud, slightly damp, Mancunian. He then trained in Nottingham and Oxfordshire before becoming a GP partner in St Albans. He has a diploma in cardiology as well as lifestyle medicine and believes that everyone can benefit from practising it for themselves, whether young or old, doctor or patient.
Richard has seen a lot of changes in over twenty years working for the NHS. He is fascinated by what it means to truly feel well and is passionate about helping people to achieve this as individuals and as a community. He believes too much medicine can be harmful for us and we all need the right dose of sleep, movement, food, relaxation, connections and purpose in life. His first book, Fit for Purpose, is about wellbeing, with particular emphasis on meaning and purpose in life. It is due for publication by Harper Inspire in April 2021.
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