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There’s No Hiding In A Tech-Enabled World

Chief Executive | January 28, 2020

Technology is powerful, and this power gives businesses access to insights that can inform everything from products to services to internal operations to marketing initiatives. These insights, when leveraged correctly, give companies a leg up over their competition. But companies aren’t the only ones taking advantage of technology’s many benefits—consumers are doing their research, too.

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Professional Development: 1% at a Time


“Change is inevitable. Growth is optional.”

A lot of influential people — past, present, and, surely, future — have had and will have something to say about change, but this quote from John C. Maxwell is one of my favorites. In life and in business, I don’t believe you can ever become stagnant; you either get better, or you get worse. Choose better.

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Why You Should Walk Every Day

Patch | April 08, 2020

Improving your overall health may be simpler than you might imagine. The act of walking is a great way to boost your cardiovascular fitness, improve endurance, and strengthen your bones. Walking may also reduce your risk of developing heart problems and help prevent type 2 diabetes.

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The Connection Between Physical and Mental Health

Thrive Global | March 11, 2020

Many people understand that exercise helps them improve their physical health. An active lifestyle helps reduce your risk of disease, improves your muscle structure, and more. But did you know that your physical health also contributes to your mental health? Physical activity includes benefits such as reducing stress, improving your mood, and so much more!

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Minerals That Support Bone Health

Medium | December 07, 2020

Throughout our lives, we’re constantly losing bone mass, but a well-balanced diet gives us the nutrients we need to ensure our bodies are generating new bone just as consistently. As we reach senior adulthood, the body’s ability to continue making up for that bone loss becomes compromised, so it’s important to ensure you’re giving your body more of those nutrients.

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