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Did you know that social connection with colleagues and clients is good medicine for our bodies and our businesses? While an apple a day definitely has merits for keeping the doctor away, research shows that positive social engagement also has a powerful effect on our immune systems.
In many ways, Rooman Ahad typifies a working mother with two young children. She gets the kids dressed for school, makes breakfast, packs their lunches and then drives her little ones to preschool or grade school before heading off to work.
We live in the day and age of entrepreneurship. It seems we all know someone who is launching a product, starting a side hustle or playing all-in to live the dream.
Most adults would give themselves a pat on the back for implementing a basic, multi-layer approach to water safety: you have a pool fence, pool alarm, swim vest and responsible supervision at all times, or so you may think.
Your story can change for the better instantaneously when grace is activated by gratitude. Gratitude places you in the goodness of now.
When we are managing work, family, me-time, and all other priorities, it is easy to fall into a rut of frustration and stress. We lose our joy, our creativity, our productivity … our sanity … We claim victory if we do not collapse before the day is over.
You are used to buying it in a store, smelling it in candles or essential oils and drinking it in tea.
Recall the last time that you made a mistake. Were you hard on yourself or did you give yourself a pass and recognize that you are a work in progress?
This year has already been a historic year for women in Nevada. We have celebrated the first female-majority state legislature in the history of our country, and locally, we have welcomed Ms. Kyle B. Rahn as the first female president and CEO of United Way of Southern Nevada.
Whether you are hitting the networking scene for the first time or are a seasoned professional, these tips will help make the most out of your time.