8 Things Exceptional Thinkers Do Every Day
To keep growing personally and professionally, working on your mind and thinking must become a daily practice.
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7 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Invest in Themselves
Investing in your development is an investment in your company.
4 Major Threats to an Entrepreneur's Health
It's important to maintain your own health while pursuing your entrepreneurial goals.
Author of 'Becoming a Supple Leopard' Wants You to Stand Up and Get Physically Ready for Anything
Trainer Kelly Starrett tells Joe De Sena of Spartan UP! podcast how he's using the type of holistic practice that will prepare an elite athlete -- or a normal person -- for any situation.
Don't Live Paycheck-to-Paycheck, Emotionally
Just scraping by financially is bad enough. Try not to go there with your soul, either.
When It Comes to Fitness, Many CEOs Are Literally Walking the Talk
Being a leader places immense responsibility on CEOs not only financially but also for the overall well-being and health of employees.
Why Positivity Matters -- and 3 Ways to Achieve It
Read this piece to turn your frown upside down.
These Female Founders Put Health First to Thrive in Business
The reality of entrepreneurship is that in order to have this lifestyle, you have to ensure that you have the proper physical, mental and financial health in place.
Want to Keep Your Brain 10 Years Younger? Regular Exercise May Help.
Reason number 921 to get off your duff: New research indicates that routinely breaking a sweat can lead to sharper thinking.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Rough News For Cat Lovers: Your Cuddly Kitty Could Make You Prone to Fits of Rage
Watch out for cute little Mister Whiskers. He could be carrying a nasty parasite known to potentially tip off temper tantrums and other aggressive behaviors.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
How Getting up at 5 a.m. Has Improved My Health and Productivity
Think about it: three hours to hit the gym and do the work tasks you need to do before the world intrudes.
10 Ways to Sleep Smarter
'I'll sleep when I'm dead' is a terrible life motto.
Those Long Hours at the Office Could Increase Your Risk of Heart Disease
According to this new study, it might be a good idea to start listening to your boss when they tell you to leave the office because you've stayed late -- again.
The Air You Breathe at Work May Be Slowing You Down
The culprit is carbon dioxide, according to a series of studies since 2012.
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