Every homeowner wants to make sure they get the best price when selling their home. But how do you guarantee that you receive maximum value for your house? Here are two keys to ensuring you get the highest price possible.
One of the ongoing responsibilities of the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is to keep track of and monitor Americans’ nutritional intake. Periodically, the CDC will release new research that indicate which vitamins and minerals we may need more of. The most recent findings are from their Second Nutrition Report based on data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) from 1999-2006. The good news is that most Americans are consuming a s
Today The Dr. Oz Show was excited to host a conference on longevity sponsored by USANA Health Sciences. An amazing group of speakers shared their unique insights into how to live the longest and best quality life possible; including visionary Arianna Huffington, Olympian Alev Kelter, sleep expert Dr. Michael Breus, and chef Marcus Samuelson. Each of our guests shared tips from their own experiences to help all of us live our best lives.
When The Dr. Oz Show asked me to help gin up a segment called “21 Ways to Stay Healthy Even When You’re Broke,” I was psyched because this is my sweet spot. I love being savvy and saving money. In fact, I submitted so many ideas that we couldn’t fit all of them on the air, so that’s what this blog is for.
Earl Nightengale coined this phrase in his book, The Strangest Secret over 50 years ago. My daughter, a real estate agent with Nook Real Estate (pictured), always says, "Hey, dad, all things are possible with my blood type -- B Positive." Like Sarah, Todd Duncan echoes Earl's thoughts with this excellent post. Duncan is so right - what you think is what you get.
So much depends upon managers. For example, a Gallup study found that at least 70% of the variance in employee engagement scores is driven by who the boss is. This is disconcerting because the same research found that about 70% of people in management roles are not well equipped for the job. This state of affairs is hurting not just employee engagement and quality of life, but also corporate performance.
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