14 results for tag: wellbeing


4 Nutritional Supplements That You Should (Probably) Take Every Day

Many people take supplements to try to improve their health, body composition, and performance. In fact, over $36 billion worth of vitamins and related products were purchased in the US alone in 2017. It can be really overwhelming to walk through GNC or to ...
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Work Stronger: A Conversation with Pete Leibman

Do you find yourself working longer hours but not achieving the results you'd like? Leadership consultant and bestselling author Pete Leibman talks with ExecuNet Master Class Host Tony Vlahos about the concepts in his new book, Work Stronger: Habits for ...
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Your Choices: Are They Serving or Sabotaging You?

"We can choose to be affected by the world or we can choose to affect the world." –Heidi Wills Either way, we have a choice. When something bad happens we may think, "Oh my God, why did this happen?" When really, life always happens. That is one surety ...
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The Mindset of Making a Difference

There are a lot of good people in the world. Good people who want to make a difference, make an impact, or help others. They want their lives to mean something more. To know that they mattered to someone else. The problem is they don't know where to start ...
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Heads Up Guys – Men, Stress, and Mindfulness at Work

Today, there is a significant conversation about stress and especially about stress at work about women. The number of people signed off due to stress-related ill-health has grown at an alarming rate. As a mindfulness coach, I see many women reaching out ...
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Finding Yourself When Between Jobs

You learn a lot about yourself when between jobs. It is a natural time for self-reflection. It's one of those times when we have the opportunity to learn and grow. "We bring ourselves to our most vulnerable place. You don't have a choice, and you are most ...
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Why You’re Not Losing Belly Fat

It seems to happen without our even noticing it. Seemingly all of a sudden one day, your pants seem a little bit more snug around the waist although not in the hips and thighs. Huh. I wonder why? So, you set out to lose that belly fat: go low carb, and ...
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Presenting One’s Best Identity

How does one shift away from the negative aspects of their identity? We always want to present our best self at work, but we all have personality attributes that can't come out at work. Are they actually part of our identity? How to we project only our ...
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Right Job, Right Company, Right Reasons

Our uniqueness, what makes us special, is it a constant or just relative to other people? It really comes down to one small, yet very powerful, word. Listen to Larry Ackerman, a leading authority on organizational and personal identity and a pioneer of ...
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Tired of Feeling Perpetually Over-scheduled?

Try this 1-minute ritual to avoid over-commitment and stick to boundaries. After a particularly exhausting Friday which consisted of back-to-back meetings, I resentfully looked at the following week only to realize a glaringly obvious problem—it was just ...
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Find Focus, Calm, and Joy Through a Mindful Day

Do you have a properly developed "mindfulness muscle"? Mindfulness can be thought of as paying attention to our direct experiences in the moment with openness and curiosity. That means the mind is not in the past, obsessing over something that happened ...
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Why Most CEOs Aren’t Ready for the Future of Work

There is a reason why the most successful and innovative companies keep their secrets close. The amount of ground-breaking research is growing but CEOs have limited time to immerse themselves in the learning. They have companies to run. So, when it comes to ...
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