How to Fix Donald Trump’s Schedule

According to recent media stories, President Donald J. Trump’s days are a bit… unorthodox. He works for 14 hours, sleeps five to six hours per night, and drinks 10-12 Diet Cokes each day. And that’s just the beginning. As a Canadian, I have no official say in American...

What Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll Can Teach You About Building Positive Company Culture

A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Michael Gervais, co-creator of the popular Compete to Create training program with Seattle Seahawks Head Coach Pete Carroll. He was reminiscing about the weeks the two of them shared leading up to football's...

12 Things Every CEO (and Employee) Needs to Know About Compensation and Benefits

In a competitive talent landscape, employers should be mindful of their total compensation and benefits programs and packages to attract the high-level, skilled talent they seek. Understanding what employees expect and what your organization can deliver, and then...

Planning and Goal-Setting So You Can Work Less and Make More

When you’re busy taking care of business, it can easily take you for a ride. You know you’re on this ride when you become very reactive—constantly putting out fires and responding to whichever customer or product is screaming loudest for your attention. This is how...

Can We Live a Pain-Free Life?

Reducing and eliminating pain is a fervent quest that many of us are on or have undertaken and I am no exception to this pursuit, but I wonder… is it possible to live a pain-free life? Understanding the role that pain and suffering serve in our lives may actually help...

The Biggest Lie About Cellulite That You’re Still Believing

When I was just 12 years old I began hating my body. I was growing up and a life-changing scar on my right butt cheek no longer laid smoothly as I began filling out in areas I had previously been (dare I say) petite. This one “flaw” – a scar from hip surgery as a baby...

How Walking May Just Be the Key to Your Weight Loss

These days, messaging around which exercise program to follow can be awfully confusing… even I have scratched my head at some of the tactics used to ‘motivate’ people to adopt or discard certain forms of exercise. The truth is, there is no one size fits all approach...

Swing Pain-free with My Quick Golfer’s Warm -up

Ah, the Masters. The tournament sparks nostalgia for the historical titans of golf, impresses us with the enchantment of the immaculately tended grounds, and expectantly summons the next generation of golf greats to rise to the challenge of Augusta....

The Super-Healing Powers of My Green Soup (Recipe Inside)

The Super-Healing Powers of My Green Soup (Recipe Inside)

Ok, I admit it… Though I really love cooking super-healthy, delicious meals I also need them to be super quick!   However, some things are totally worth the extra time. Like my Homemade Vegetable Broth that creates the foundation for my Super Greens Soup. Even though...

3 Memory-Killing Foods to Avoid

3 Memory-Killing Foods to Avoid

Dementia and Alzheimer’s are on the rise, and there is mounting evidence that environmental factors are contributing to the increase. While we can’t control everything in our external environment, we can control what foods and substances we put into our bodies.  Here...

9 Benefits of Strength Training for Women Over 40

Women have been doing cardio for decades. Running, elliptical, aerobic class and Zumba are among the many different cardio routines that are still popular today. Many women believe the only way to lose weight and burn calories is to do cardiovascular exercises. It’s...

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