1. Not traveling when you had the chance. Traveling becomes infinitely harder as you age.
2. Not learning another language. You’ll kick yourself when you realize you took three years of language in high school and remember none of it.
3. Staying in a bad relationship. No one who ever gets out of a bad relationship looks back without wishing they made the move sooner.
4. Forgoing sunscreen. Wrinkles, moles, and skin cancer can largely be avoided if you protect yourself.
I came across a poem call “Dream Big”. It is full of encouraging words but it also captures what it takes to accomplish your aspirations. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Researchers at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio noted that in just one year, the exposures led to 769 children in the U.S. being hospitalized. Thirty went into a coma and 12 suffered seizures after handling the squishy plastic coated discs filled with laundry soap, softener and other detergents. One child died after ingesting a pod, researchers found.
I hope you were able to attend our most recent webinar on Intermittent Fasting. Our guest speaker, Myrna did a fantastic job sharing the ins and outs along with her experience.
We are also having a follow up webinar where Myrna will be specifically going over exactly what plan she implemented and how she lost 16 pounds, 6% body fat and gained lean muscle in 7 weeks. All while still eating and drinking the foods she enjoys. See below for details on the webinar and our HoneyBoss Challenge!
I read an article today from CBC sharing the latest news about Gatorade announcing their new “organic” formula.
This is another example of marketing at it’s best. Luring consumers with health claims.
Micki always believed that in life, you go to school, you get a job, you work hard, you retire and you live happily every after.
Her belief system was shattered when she was downsized from her corporate job that she had for over 18 years.
Tuits are very hard to come by. Especially the round ones.
This is an indispensable item.
For years we have heard people say…
Listening determines, more than any other factor, the quality of your communication and thus your success as a leader.
Gallop polled over a million employees and of those who thought they had a great boss, Gallop asked the question, “why?”
Why spend our valuable time with people who work at mediocre … who resign themselves to being ordinary? Wouldn’t it be more productive to seek out connections and spend our time with people who stretch us?
Everyone makes decisions every day.
Some bigger than others but regardless, making the wrong decision could lead to poor outcomes.
You need a strategy and plan of action.