Which of the 5 domains of whole-person well-being can you cultivate to increase your capacity, live more fully, and show up well for those you love?
Knowing where to start is the first step in becoming more whole. With limited time and energy that insight makes all the difference.
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Too overwhelmed with work, household chores, and other urgent responsibilities to take inventory of your own needs?
Concerned that you’re not doing something more meaningful with your talents, or wishing you could contribute in more positive ways?
Frustrated that you rarely, if ever, get to invest in your passion projects – the things that make you feel truly alive?
Inundated with general ideas about how to improve your life, but finding it almost impossible to put those concepts into action?
With all of the challenges & distractions we face every day, it’s hard to decipher what our next steps should be – especially when it comes to meeting our needs and the needs of others.
We often end up spending excess time and energy trapped in hesitation and doubt, while crucial areas of our lives suffer from lack of attention.
Without a healthy balance among the 5 major domains of human potential – Spiritual, Physical, Intellectual, Relational, and Emotional – we tend to feel depleted, dissatisfied, and unfulfilled.
What many of us are missing is a reliable, unbiased way to identify which of those 5 areas of whole-person well-being is most needed right now in order to create more balance, happiness, and personal fulfillment.
We at Be Whole. Do Good. see this kind of self-assessment as the first step to helping people from all walks of life increase their capacity – and in doing so, help to make the world a better, kinder, more equitable place for all of us.
That’s why we want to provide you with this opportunity.Take this 3-minute personalized assessment!
When you complete this 3-minute assessment, you’ll receive:
- A copy of your results identifying the domain for your ideal growth
- 3 tailored tiny habits that will strengthen your top domain and increase your capacity
- A short video sharing a proven method to successfully create new habits, even if you have struggled with them previously
PLUS – as a bonus, you will automatically gain access to our next Wholeness Habits Live Virtual Workshop, which occur 5-6 times per yearTake this 3-minute personalized assessment!
"I have been able to identify what I want to change about my life and how I can make those changes with simple steps."
"I have seen progress in my day-to-day happiness and do not sweat the small stuff as much. That has led me to be a calmer parent, and I am now imparting what I am learning to my children."
"I have happily discovered effective methods to improve myself, be more joyful, and find healing in areas of my psyche which have long distressed me."
Hello, I'm Todd Marchant.
I am a husband and father of 5, who cares deeply about my family, friends, and making a difference. Yet, the demands of life have often left my cup empty, leaving me with little left to give. Changing that has been an ongoing journey that has led to the creation of Be Whole. Do Good.
A few years ago on a summer morning, I woke up before dawn to go for a run in a beautiful mountainside town I was visiting. After several minutes running through the quiet streets, I found myself at the top of a hill. As I watched the shadow of the mountain slowly moving across the valley just before sunrise, I grew keenly aware of the steady passage of time, and I found myself reflecting on my life.
On paper, my life seemed to be right on track. I had a wonderful wife and three precious children, a prospering career, meaningful friendships, and the means to travel – on the surface, I had every reason to be satisfied.
And yet, I experienced a deep yearning to being giving more to the things that mattered most. I longed for the capacity to be showing up as my best self, so I could have greater positive impact in the lives of my family, friends, and beyond. When I returned from my run that day, I made a commitment to get my life more aligned with my values and with what gave me a deep sense of purpose and fulfillment in life.
Following my realization that morning, I dedicated years to researching, taking courses, and working with wise and generous mentors. With time, effort, and help, I built skills in several areas of my life that I’d previously paid less attention to:
- Being more present and savoring the little things in life
- Establishing positive eating, moving, and sleeping habits
- Handling and processing unpleasant emotions and stress
- Building the confidence to strengthen strained relationships
- Developing self-compassion and a healthy sense of identity
This kind of multifaceted personal growth allowed me to create a path forward in my life that aligned my time, talents, and energy with my desire to help those I love and others in tangible, authentic ways.
Eventually, my journey led me to founding Be Whole. Do Good.
Poverty in Morocco
A culinary school that is training and providing job placement for disadvantaged and impoverished women
Human trafficking in Thailand
A safe house that is providing services to women and children who have been victims of human trafficking, preparing them to reenter society
Education in Zambia
An organization that is helping hundreds of marginalized girls in rural Zambia to attain a primary and secondary education
This short assessment is adapted from one designed by internationally renowned Happiness Studies expert and Harvard psychologist Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar. Areas for whole-person well-being include Spiritual, Physical, Intellectual, Relational, and Emotional Well-being (SPIRE).