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Dr. Bill Howatt’s book is required reading for anyone who is truly looking for the tools that will help them build a balanced life. Stop Hiding and Start Living will give the reader the skills needed to achieve this balance.Greg HemmingsAward-winning filmmaker and entrepreneur
Dr. Bill Howatt seamlessly intertwines poignant and evocative personal narrative with a straightforward and pragmatic toolkit. He brings the theoretical to the personal, and takes you on a journey that will inspire honest self-reflection and effect positive change in your life.Sapna MahajanDirector, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, Government of Canada
Dr. Bill Howatt's passion and commitment to his work is contagious and, with this book, he's providing an extremely practical and actionable approach to getting started on a life-changing journey!Lynn BrownellPresident and CEO, Workplace Safety and Prevention Services
About the book
Life can be wonderful, and life can be wicked.
There can be times in your life when you’re happy: you’re in love, your children are healthy, and you’re professionally fulfilled. And there can be other times when you’re worrying about whether you’ll be able to get through: your finances have become a burden, your blood pressure is sky high, and your spouse has just left you.
We all experience stresses and failures. The key is developing coping skills that can transform even the worst situation into an opportunity to build resilience – your capacity to deal with and push through different degrees of adversity. In this book, mental health expert Dr. Bill Howatt presents a five-part model to move you past the rut in your life and toward happiness. He first shows you how to build awareness of each area in your life – career, finances, relationships, physical health, and mental health. Then, he shows you how to take accountability and make healthy changes that will improve your life. Finally, he gives you the tools to build your resilience and take action to achieve your goals.
Happiness and well-being are not destinations; they’re an outcome of choices you make, and ways of being and living daily. Bill Howatt’s model will help you make those choices in a smart way so you can stop hiding and start living.
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Dr. Bill Howatt has spent decades guiding people toward enhanced happiness and well-being. He knows what works. What’s more, he’s articulate and accessible. Looking for new ways to care for your team? Trying to help someone find their footing? Searching for insights that will reveal new paths on your individual journey? Stop Hiding and Start Living will be a beacon of clarity and inspiration that lights your way.Greg Wells, PhDCEO of Wells Performance Inc. and author of The Ripple Effect
Without learning how to fail, we’ll never truly flourish. This is the crux of Dr. Bill Howatt’s new book, Stop Hiding and Start Living. Part mental health primer, part workbook, Stop Hiding and Start Living lays out the building blocks Dr. Howatt deems foundational to mental wellness, while reframing life’s challenges from pitfalls to stepping stones to growth.Louise Bradley, C.M.President and CEO, Mental Health Commission of Canada
Dr. Bill Howatt humbly shares his authentic life story—inspiring readers to take 'tried and true actions' toward achieving fulfilled and happy lives. Stop Hiding and Start Living is an honest and direct book of instruction on how to thrive in life.Allan J StordyPresident and CEO, Arete HR Inc.
DR. BILL HOWATT
Known as one of Canada’s top experts in mental health issues in the workplace
Dr. Bill Howatt is the President of Howatt HR. Bill’s life has not been an easy path. He understands the daily struggle of being a human being. Bill has had some major setbacks that have challenged his resiliency, such as being adopted, failing grade two, and living with a mental health illness. If it were not for his positive experience at Acadia University he may not be where he is today. He has over 30 years’ experience in mental health and addictions, HR and leadership. He is a regular columnist for The Globe and Mail and Chronicle Herald, Instructor for the University of New Brunswick, and has published over 400 articles and 40 books.