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It’s a hard situation. You’ve guessed that your project (sometimes a very large one) has “XX” amount/hours of effort and resources, only to find out that the real effort is much bigger than anticipated. It’s always harder to deal with this reality after the fact. Unfortunately, I have seen this occur with clients twice in the recent past months alone. The result is the client either having to find additional monies to fund the project, or scrap it all together; neither are pleasant alternatives. You have an important training initiative that you know must be destined
The Truth –What Really Makes You Sick, Fat, and Low on Energy!
Did you know that most diseases including cancer, heart disease, diabetes and obesity are actually preventable? The truth is that it doesn’t have to happen! On October 28 2014 I was a featured guest speaker on Blog Talk Radio with Dr. Robyn Benson of the Self Care Revolution. We went deep on how you can Enjoy Life-Long Vibrant Health, Lean Fitness, and be “Fabulous at Any Age”. Dr. Robyn and I
Corporate Nutrition Lesson # 14:
Is There a Way to Reverse Diabetes and Insulin Dependence?
Showing men and women how to have lasting transformation in their health is hugely rewarding. It’s what makes me tick! If you have been with me awhile, you know that losing my Mom to cancer was a major turning point in my life. It was the pivotal event that inspired me to help others sidestep disease, avoid needless suffering, and years of poor health. I’m all over that! So recently I
Top 3 Ways to Reverse Diabetes and Decrease Insulin Dependence
If you have been with me awhile, you know that losing my Mom to cancer was a major turning point in my life. It was the pivotal event that inspired me to help others sidestep disease, avoid needless suffering, and years of poor health. And what I have learned after this turning point in my life is that there is a tremendous difference between the current reality of our health and the way things should be. The
I try to write a blog post three times a month, but I’ve been traveling and speaking about mental illness and stigma. My recent speech to neuroscience students at the University of North Carolina and Duke University, two of the top eight universities in the U.S., was one I titled “The Speech I Wish I had heard when I was an Undergraduate.” My college years were during Nixon’s first term as President and the Vietnam War was raging. The only thing I knew about mental illness then was jokes and the family secret my Dad’s older sister was