Dr. Dona Cooper-Dockery was recently onThe MonetizeU Show as the guest expert to discuss a topic that needs serious attention and I'm sure it may be of interest to you as well.
For small business owners, professionals, and entrepreneurs of all sorts, balancing life, health, and business can be challenging and is often, in many cases, seen as an illusion.
However, without good health, energy, and a clear mind, we can derail the very success we're seeking and cut short our life work and long-term vision.
Is your business or job making you sick? If you find yourself sitting most of the day, not getting enough rest, exercise or proper nutrition, then grab a note-taking device and be prepared for some great AHA moments!
In this video below, I shared with the audience some strategic insights to balance your quest for achievement, peak performance, and wealth building.
As you know, October is breast cancer awareness month in the United States. Education on early detection and risk factors have created a noticeable increase in survival rates. Unfortunately, in order to continue increasing the survival rates, we all need to become advocates by educating ourselves and our loved ones. So do you know what steps to take and are you aware of the risk factors? Busy schedules and day to day duties can lead us to put aside the importance of our own health. Our own environment and behaviors are contributors to these factors such as smoking, drinking, and an unhealthy diet. While other factors such as age and race cannot be changed, we can however, minimize our chances by changing the way we eat, live and think. Behaviors and environment alterations can make a tremendous impact but cannot stand alone as an early detection plan. Early detection also consists of routine mammograms and cancer screenings. While many of us know the importance of mammograms, we might...
1. Asparagus is a power food that is full of B vitamins that help to calm and de-stress you. They taste great steamed but can also be lightly seasoned, thrown raw into salads or they go great in stir-fries.
2. Avocados are a great source of healthy fats that can help you block stress. They're rich in glutathione, a substance that blocks intestinal absorption of certain fats that cause oxidative damage (the process that creates free radicals, the harmful compounds responsible for aging). Avocados also contain more folate than any other fruit. Try to stick to a single serving (about one- quarter of an avocado). Thinly sliced, it can go a long way on salads or replace mayo.
3. Oranges and other citrus fruits are vitamin C powerhouses. What's even better about them is that they can be taken on the go. You can just throw them in your pocket, backpack or purse and forget about them until you're ready for an easy, inexpensive snack.
4. Walnuts contain alpha- linolenic acid, an essential omega-3...