What does work-life balance look like in your life? Perhaps you’re thinking, “it’s non-existent!” No worries- life can be messy, but you can always step back and redefine it.
Right now is better than ever to be working toward a healthy work-life balance…Continue
Gee, I really had fun writing and researching this post on work-life balance tips. See it was a real challenge for me because, like many of you, I’m not always so good at it. In fact, I can at times be pretty bad at it. The thought presented itself that perhaps…
Do you ever feel like your life is in survival mode? Groundhog day? Dragging yourself out of bed for the same old same old? Lets swap it out for something better. I’m proposing we envision what…
Several weeks ago my buddy took me on a 12 mile journey over the river and through the woods and to the top of the mountain we went! I was only going to be there for a few days, so he really wanted me to experience a fantastic climb that led us through a part of the Rocky Mountains all the way to Sky Pond. It was such an incredible journey for me even though I was exhausted and sore the following week. As we got closer to the waterfall in the picture above, he stopped me…Continue
Have you ever found yourself swimming under a sea of paperwork, emails, and projects? Whether you work for another company in an office building or for yourself at home, it can be such a challenge trying to finish all of the mounting tasks you have each day. How can you finish anything if you can barely keep your head above water? Well, here are four ways you can start winning your day at the office.
1. Organize Your Work Space
Are you struggling to find…Continue
Added by John Miller on August 25, 2016 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Negotiating credit card debt is an incredibly valuable strategy to help you get out of debt faster. Not only does negotiating debt help lower your payments, it also helps you take control of your finances where before you may have felt powerless.
I went on vacation this past week. Ah, blessed vacation, and all the rest and rejuvenation it brings to mind. How about getting shingles the week we are to leave town? Yes, when my high D personality choose to barrel through to get to the end goal, my body gave me a sucker punch to the stomach, quite literally. If you have ever experienced shingles, you know first-hand how painful it is.…Continue
People are constantly being told to lower intake of sodium. Actually, sodium is an important and necessary mineral that we all need for health. What is more important than avoiding it, is choosing the right form of natural, unprocessed salt and balancing your sodium and potassium levels.
Most people eat too…Continue
Added by Ann Musico on October 21, 2015 at 7:00am — No Comments
I have three books handed over to two different editors, presently. I also have another project, a logo, being reviewed by a committee. Not gonna lie - it's like Iron Chef over here with how many cooks seem to be in the kitchen.
So who did I hire, yesterday? A personal assistant.
In past job-lives, I've done the personal and executive assistant gig, myself. It was sweet! All I did was check my boss's emails, consolidate what they were asking of him, and send off some lists. I…Continue
Thanks to Megan Wilson of Ghergich & Co. for providing our topic this week! If you are a millennial, or a millennial at heart, you know that recruiting millennials is a…Continue
Balance. It can seem like a constant battle at times to achieve in our lives. However, we must have balance in our life to be able to survive the long term and not only the short term if we want to be able to continue to be productive in our own lives in addition to helping others.
I have a good friend of mine who over the last few years has over extended herself in almost every area of her life. It makes her feel good to help others and it makes her feel like she has a…Continue
Extreme #1: It’s okay to eat whatever and however much you…Continue
If you missed tonight's episode of "Raise your Game", here's some of what happened;
An entrepreneur in Texas is finding it difficult to expand her speaking and coaching business beyond her sphere of influence;
Ryan in Louisiana shares a key habit that helped him transform his dreams into reality;…
Added by Joel Boggess on January 21, 2014 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Vitamins and minerals don’t work well all alone. They work synergistically and often when there’s a deficiency or overload of one, it will cause problems with another. A perfect example of this is the critical balance of zinc and copper. Zinc is a truly critical mineral which is important for immune health as…Continue
Thanksgiving is a time where we over-consume our favorite meal. We may enjoy the food so much that we eat more on that day than any other day of the year. After consuming so much food all I want to do is nap. It even hurts to move sometimes. I find it interesting that food is supposed to…Continue
Added by Stephanie OBrien on December 4, 2013 at 8:00pm — No Comments
We will ALWAYS have stressors in our lives – positive ones as well as negative ones. That’s just part of life on this earth. And finding effective ways to manage stress so that it does not break your body down is critical for maintaining health.…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on March 15, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments
STOP WASTING TIME! One of the easiest ways to start living intentionally is by designing and sticking to an ideal week. This doesn't mean that you plan out every moment of the day, but it does help you maintain balance in how your time is spent.
Have a tendency to spend too much time on one thing, only to find other priorities are falling to the way side? It…Continue
Added by Angie Cunningham on February 27, 2013 at 4:35pm — No Comments
There is a force more powerful than government oppression or military might. It holds you back from success but can also push you towards great achievement. This force is You.
Yesterday was a large loss for many who had hoped Mitt Romney would win as President. I saw many Facebook postings about the end of the…Continue
And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count, it's the life in your years.
~ Abraham Lincoln
by Pete Ferguson
Years ago a young American, celebrating his recent graduation from an Ivy League University with an MBA, visited a small village in south America. With its pristine beaches and warm weather,…Continue