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Healthy Living is a Prerequisite for Success
by Jeff Beals

Those who enjoy long-term success realize that their personal lives must be in order. That means you should care for your mental, physical, emotional, spiritual and financial health as much as the health of your career.

What The Weight Loss Industry is Afraid You’ll Hear - Is Fast Weight Loss Healthy, Safe and Possible?
by Melonie Dodaro

Achieving your ideal weight requires change and commitment. You must look deep inside at what’s been blocking you from losing the weight in the past. It requires changing your habits around eating and exercise. It requires you to expand your consciousness and your awareness and to be mindful of what you’re doing everyday while moving toward your ideal weight. 

How Do You Define Success?
by Stephanie Marston, MFT

To a great extent the way we act and what we invest our time and energy in is based on how we feel we can achieve success.  But what is success?  Please spend a few minutes and consider how you define success.

Avoiding Weak Bones
by Michelle Aultman

About ten million Americans have osteoporosis, and another 34 million have low bone mass, (osteopenia). A disease with out symptoms, osteoporosis affects about 20 percent of men and 80% of women. A diagnosis of osteopenia or osteoporosis may be scary, leading most people to stop exercise because of fear it will cause fractures. The reality is that those with low bone mass should make sure to exercise regularly.

Health Tips for Busy Executives - How to Exercise and Be Happy No Matter How Busy You Are
by Becky Wenner

Too many executives think that exercise and fitness means going to a gym, getting on the treadmill and lifting weights. While these forms of exercise do work they are NOT the only ways to get fit! I always advocate DIVERSITY and TIME EFFICIENT workouts- especially if you are an executive! With a short yet effective workout, you will be able to work your heart and muscles to help you achieve weight loss and keep it off!

Hospitality Executives Under Stress During Stressful Times Need Executive Stress Solutions
by Simma Lieberman

Having worked with executives for over twenty years and in hospitality and other industries, I can tell you that executive stress is real, and you are not alone. Being a stressed out executive is not a reflection on your leadership abilities but not doing anything about it can negatively impact your focus, productivity and profit. Who can afford that?

How to Survive and Thrive in Business and Life Downturns
by Rosemary Rein
In this article, Motivational Speaker and Author of "Go Wild! Survival Skills for Business and Life" Rosemary Rein, captures 10 Wisdoms from Experts in Business, Creativity and Education.  Are you experiencing a business or life downturn?  Learn to Survive and Thrive with these Wise Words.

Focusing on Profit: Why it Won't Make You Happy
by Sally Lever
There are probably very few of us now who have not been affected by rising fuel costs, either at home or in our businesses. When we’re feeling stretched financially, that is the time to revisit our business purpose and our reasons for doing what we do – our offering and contribution to the world. It is a time to “keep the faith”. How do we do that?

Lose Weight: 3 Sure-Fire Ways Busy Executives Blow Their Weight Loss Efforts
by Jeanie Callen Barat

Having well-established habits and a consistent routine is great. But it’s not healthy to assume every fitness rule is set in stone. It's important to be flexible in your habits. If you want to get fit, lose weight and live a longer, stronger life then become aware and conscious of the real effects of some of your nutrition and exercise choices.

Bodyweight Fitness: Five New Turbulence Training Exercises to Help Busy Executives Burn Belly Fat Now
by Craig Ballantyne

Want to know a hidden secret way to exercise anytime, anywhere that will allow you to burn belly fat without equipment? You can forget the fancy machines, expensive gym memberships, or sharing equipment with sweaty strangers. You can do this workout at home before or after work. You can even close your office door and do this entire workout while everyone else is out for lunch.

Fitness for Business Travelers: Seven Secrets to Pump Up Your Workout While Traveling
by Jeanie Callen Barat

Traveling can be the perfect opportunity to take advantage of the extra time to kick-start your workouts and enjoy the extra energy surge. As you hit the road, follow these seven winning ideas keeping your fitness plan on track.

Staying Young: A Matter of Body, Mind and Spirit
by Katrina M. Mayer, Ph.D.

Here are simple guidelines that can be easily incorporated into our busy, everyday lives. All of them have been proven to help us lead longer, happier, and healthier lives. When practiced consistently, these steps will bring results almost immediately. Just remember to have fun with them.

Stop Working and Start Living
by Jim Clemmer

Years ago I worked in a company with a powerful and emotionally intelligent CEO. A favorite motto of his was, "If you love what you're doing, you never have to work again." The wisdom of those words had strong and lasting effect on me.

Life/Work Balance: It’s a Conscious Decision
by Simma Lieberman

Life balance is more than how we spend our time, it's also how we feel about that time and how present we are each moment.

Eight Ways to Make Time for Self-renewal
by Jan Marie Dore

In our busy work lives, there is a conspicuous absence of scheduled blocks of planned fun or down time. To cope with overload, we might give up coffee, or take up yoga, or plan a weekly regimen at the gym, but we seldom make time to do... nothing.

Learn to Manage Stress, Before it Manages You - and Your Company
by Joe Piscatella

Statistics are telling us that Corporate America - employees and executives alike - are feeling stressed and overworked. Helping employees handle stress well is a business leadership issue.

Your Emotions & Your Health
by Susan Dunn

In a symposium called "Integrating Mind, Body and Spirit in Medical Practice, researchers at Duke Medical Center investigated the role of anger, hostility, isolation and touch in our wellness.

How to Reduce Workplace Stress
by Gloria Dunn
We can't eliminate stress, but there are ways to manage it. The following 10 tips can help you reduce your overall stress and ease specific sources of anxiety.

Fear of Change
by Lisa Sidorowicz
People have the ability to create positive changes in their lives, yet distorted fear-based perceptions can often lead to stagnation. When strong self-worth is present, however, change can be welcomed as an opportunity for growth, forward movement, and personal fulfilment.

The Art of Balancing an Unequal Life
by Eileen McDargh
How does one swim with the sharks, squeeze the margins of an angst-filled financial world, and still lead a life of wholeness in spirit, mind and body? The issue is still one of balance.

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