Three Days of Wellness: San Francisco

Three Days of Wellness: San Francisco

Corporate America is striving to be healthier. CEOs have implemented numerous programs, such as employee wellness programs, onsite gyms and walking meetings. Executives are trying to lead by example by taking vacations and leaving the office at a reasonable hour. More and more people are embracing a healthy lifestyle. Yet even the most stalwart health enthusiasts struggle to maintain that lifestyle when they are traveling. People usually return from business trips feeling drained and unproductive. This “Three Days of Wellness” series is meant to help you incorporate a wellness lifestyle into your travel plans—whether for business or pleasure—so you return to work feeling energized and more creative.

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Three Tips To Turn Indifferent Employees Into Top Producers

Three Tips To Turn Indifferent Employees Into Top Producers

Traditional management structures with annual reviews, rigid work schedules and a command-and-control philosophy no longer function in today’s workplace. Only 33% of full-time employees in the United States are engaged at work, according to the 2017 Gallup report, “State of the American Workforce.” The majority of employees (51%) are indifferent. They show up and do their job, but they are not going above and beyond to improve the company. Whereas, 16% of employees are “actively disengaged,” meaning they hate going to work and are probably disrupting your employees and sucking the morale out of the business.

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Five Ways To Help You Stick To Your Fitness Routine When Traveling

Five Ways To Help You Stick To Your Fitness Routine When Traveling

For many business executives travel is a way of life. You know what to pack, have memorized the layout of multiple airports and have a surplus of points at your favorite hotel chain. You also understand how draining travel can be and how easy it is to fall out of your healthy eating and fitness routine. Here are five strategies to help you stay on track and maintain a healthy lifestyle—even when you are away from home for weeks at a time.

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How To Grow Your Business Without Working Extreme Hours

How To Grow Your Business Without Working Extreme Hours

It’s exciting to break out on your own and launch a business. It’s also scary, stressful and exhausting. The majority of small business owners work more than 40 hours per week, according to a survey by The Alternative Board, which found that 33% of business owners work 40 to 49 hours per week, 30% work 50 to 59 hours per week and 19% work more than 60 hours per week. One of the reasons entrepreneurs are working long hours is because most aren’t just running the business and focusing on strategic planning, they are also working in the business by answering emails, phone calls and performing administrative tasks.

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