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Authenticity: The Path to Health and Wellness

Lewis Fein - in Focused

The path to health and wellness requires authenticity. It demands a commitment – by executives and entrepreneurs alike – to developing products that advance nutrition and energy. For corporate wellness is impossible without personal wellness: The latter…

Spring into Shape – Stop Dieting and Pick Up the Dumbbells

Sloane Davis - in Focused

Have been working out for a while and not seeing results?  Are your workouts not working for you? There is a good chance that one or more of these bad habits that you are incorporating into your daily exercise regime is sabotaging your workout. With just…

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What Will Well-being Look Like in 2020

Dean Griffiths - in Focused

Well-being is a $3.72 trillion industry, according to new research released by the Global Wellness Institute. With people living longer and our pace of life only getting faster. Keeping healthy is now a full-time job within itself. On the flip side of this,…

4 Tips for Attracting and Retaining Top Talent for Your Workplace

Brenda J. Mullins - in Focused

Company culture is vital to all businesses – big or small. As competition for talent remains a top concern for businesses across all industries, a salary alone is no longer enough to recruit or retain employees. Therefore, it’s important for companies…

Corporate Mindfulness

10 Tips For a Successful Corporate Mindfulness Program

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Focused

We’ve all been there. You’re having a hectic day at work. You have a big assignment due soon, and it’s stressing you out. It’s all you can think about, even before bed. You are not alone! Stress is the number one healthcare problem in the American…

Feed your Brain!

The Care and Feeding of the Brain

by Charles K. Bens, Ph.D. - in Focused

The brain is probably our most complicated and influential organ because it is the control center for virtually everything that happens in our body. Whether we are working, playing, eating or sleeping it is the brain that decides how well we perform and the…

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Is Eating Breakfast Important For Health? Maybe Not So Much…

Jonathan Dugas, PhD, Vitality Group - in Focused

The idea of breakfast being the most important meal of the day could have been cooked up by a food manufacturer—but regardless of its origins, many studies are used to support this claim. The caveat, however, is that examining the long-term health outcomes…


4 Reasons a Diverse Sales Team Will Boost Revenue

Eliot Burdett - in Focused

On International Women’s Day, it is worth examining how diversity in the workplace has been an issue since the civil war. In February 1869, a letter to the editor of the New York Times questioned why female government employees were not paid the same…

Reaching the Millennials In Your Office

3 Tips for Reaching the Millennials In Your Office

Kim Bassett - in Focused

Millennials (born between 1980 and 2000) are the product of the Baby Boomer and GenXers. While Boomers and GenXers are typically known for being driven and career-minded, they are the generations that started the movement for work-life balance. Boomers are…

Millennials Will Play an Important Role as Baby Boomers Age

Millennials Will Play an Important Role as Baby Boomers Age

Kim Basset - in Focused

Each generation develops its own identity as they move through society. Much of this is a cause and effect relationship as they have to adapt to the political and economic climate in order to survive and thrive. The Greatest Generation, those who grew up in…

The “Three Cs”: Choosing the Right Healthcare at the Right Time

Dr. Mayrene Hernandez & Dr. Chad Masters - in Focused

If you start having chest pains or receive a head injury, you probably realize you should go to the emergency room (ER) right away. But for medical issues that are urgent but not an emergency – such as a sinus infection or an ankle injury – many people…

11 Travel Hacks for the Road Warriors

Nathan Walz - in Focused

Have you noticed that you’re not as sharp after business travel? A recent Time article, Why Jet Lag Is Worse than You Think, discusses the effects of jet lag on mental and physical performance. Based on data from more than 40,000 baseball games, players…

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