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'Champion Health': Learn How to Create a Unique, Personalized Health Plan That Works and Keeps Working
Date:4/10/2008

ELDRIDGE, Iowa, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- "Often we try to emulate others' lifestyles, adopt someone's new fad diet or accept someone's new exercise program -- resulting in frustration and failure," writes Larry G. Patten. "These health fads fail because they are not your own idea of great health."

In "Champion Health" (published by AuthorHouse -- http://www.authorhouse.com), the latest offering in his Champion Series of self-improvement books, Patten teaches readers to establish their own unique health framework, one that they can believe in and, more importantly, one that they can sustain.

"Health affects everything we do," Patten writes. "Unless you have the best health possible, your chances for a successful and happy life are diminished. Therefore, putting effort into ensuring your body is operating at peak efficiency within your own personal life framework will help to ensure that your total life is successful."

The "Champion Health" program is based on a foundation of self-discovery. Readers create a personalized program by considering their health history, planning for a healthier tomorrow and following a positive plan of action for improving their health each day.

"To be successful in this program, you must commit yourself to a few weeks of hard work in order to use what you learn," Patten writes. "You must be dedicated to turn positive action into habits of thought that sustain new health attitudes every day. Now is the time to bring quality to your life through better health. It is time for you to become the champion of your life and to be on the course to great health! Because of your new behaviors, you will no longer seek the latest health fad but will stick to the plan that works for you! You will be a champion of your health!"

Larry G. Patten has published several books through AuthorHouse (http://www.authorhouse.com), including his Champion Series trilogy: "Living As A Champion," "Champion Health" and "Spiritual Champion." He has also written "Strategic Organizational Development," which helps organizations move from being just great companies to being champions in their field. Two novels, "Rondine Solution" and "Count Down to Eternity," are also published by AuthorHouse (http://www.authorhouse.com).

Patten is a noted speaker on organizational development and leadership, including quality systems development. He is the founder of the World Leadership Institute and has served as chancellor and president of several colleges.

More information is available at http://www.WLiOnline.com.

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