We promote well being for both individuals and groups. We are the first nonprofit to focus not on your body or bank account, but on the person who takes care of such things – you! We define wellness traditionally: whatever does the most good and the least harm to people in the long run. And so we study and inspire medical compliance, that elusive motivation to get well and stay well.
Our primary mission is the Traditional Assessment of Wellness, the TAW. In July, this free, anonymous online test will give immediate narrative and percentile feedback on 28 aspects of personal wellness, all taught 3000 years ago by King Solomon, the apostle Paul, and Jesus Christ. We now have a new model for old wisdom, which has remained until 50 years ago Western civilization’s most popular and trusted way to understand sickness and wellness. The appeal of the TAW includes:
Our second job is to publish needed research on what works to make people healthy. An incoming TAW protocol will give 18 pieces of demographic information, and while it will preserve anonymity, this rich database will reveal which attitudes and lifestyles are making it easier and harder to be healthy. Results will also guide businesses, schools, and counselors.
And our third mission is www.to-the-well.org. This interactive website will be providing lively experiences with wellness resources our board recommends, including links to articles, podcasts, programs, products, research, movies, videos, music, novels, short stories, self-help books, counselors, schools, businesses, and of course the TAW. Promotion in social and traditional media is expected to bring a heavy flow of traffic “to the WELL.”
We inspire discernment of what’s healthy and what’s not. More people will realize they can live the good life – unselfish habits and attitudes flowing from wellsprings of fullness, both from within, and from their relationships with the healthier people and communities around them.