January 23, 2013
The problem of child and teen obesity is affecting your workforce — maybe more than you suspect. Because alongside many of these youngsters at home are parents wringing their hands… wondering what they can do to help their children.
January 20, 2013
American icon and superstar athlete Lance Armstrong’s fall from grace was stunning and swift, culminating in his mea culpa with Oprah last week. Amid accusations of a career filled with cheating through performance-enhancing drugs and blood doping, Armstrong decided to forego protracted legal defense of his cycling championships and thereby forfeit his 7 Tour de France titles.
January 15, 2013
The new Steven Spielberg movie about one of America’s most beloved presidents is a runaway hit at theaters, with US ticket receipts projected at over $120 million. Fascination with this iconic historic figure nearly 150 years after his death shows no signs of abating. And while modern politicians seem not to have learned much from the last election cycle, let alone from one of the great leaders of all time, it doesn’t mean you can’t benefit from Lincoln’s wisdom.
January 15, 2013
One of our most shared articles is about the health benefits of being nice; saying thank you is part of this. So whenever I make a face-to-face purchase I always say thank you to the person taking my money. Usually they say it first, but occasionally after I’ve thanked them. On rarer occasions, there’s no response at all. In that situation I just stand there, waiting. After a few seconds, and possibly an incredulous look, I’ll get “thank you,” or even “you’re welcome,” which is good enough for me.