Leadership and management are frequently used in the same context.  The truth is, the two terms are vastly different. According to the World English Dictionary, to lead means to “show the way to (an individual or a group) by going with or ahead.”  Conversely, according to Dictionary.com manage means “to bring about or succeed in accomplishing, sometimes despite difficulty or hardship.” Simplistically, to lead is to work with people; to manage is to work with

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The pendulum clock was invented by Christiaan Huygens (1629-1695).  In his great book “Horologium Oscillatorium” published in 1673 he discusses pendulum clocks among other topics.  Don Colbert, M.D. writes of Huygens, “One day as he lay in bed, staring at his clock collection on the other side of the room, he noticed that all of the pendulums were swinging in unison, even though he knew with certainty they hadn’t started out that way.  Huygens got

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Studies show that persons who are overweight or obese (O/O) are more likely to have ergonomics problems (Kort & Baldry, 2002) and are more likely to have greater workers’ compensation (WC) claims (DukeHealth.org, 2007). Also, persons who are O/O are more likely to get cancer, including breast, colon, lung, prostate and others. Dump the pounds and lower your cancer and ergonomics risks at the same time! There are simple and highly effective ways to help

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How is wealth created in any society? You talk to a thousand economists and you will get a thousand different answers. The question I ask is all-encompassing in that it pertains to all societies in any time frame–whether 2,000 years ago, today, or 2,000 years in the future. There are only FIVE generators of wealth in any society. These five are: 1. Fishing 2. Mining 3 Agriculture 4. Manufacturing 5. Construction. That is the list.

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Wellness

Posted by Bryan Fass
Category : Blog, Focus, Health, Wellness

Ask an10  employee’s what wellness is and you will get 10 answers, all different.  When choosing a speaker / trainer for corporate wellness there needs to be an understanding that wellness means a lot of different things to a lot of different people.  When I teach wellness and lifestyle changes to my clients it has to be “dialed down” to some simple key concepts that employee and employer can handle, grasp and manage.  Small changes

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Qi and blood are two essential elements to achieve a person’s balance of body and mind. A person in the balanced state of body and mind definitely will contribute a marvelous effect in his life and work. Here I like to introduce two formulas for helping our bodies qi and blood. 1. Si Juen Zi Tang (four gentlemen’s decoction), for qi boosting, its ingredients as: ginseng, actractylodes, poria coco, licorice root. 2. Si Wu Tang

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I believe it was Ben Franklin who stated that there are only two things in life that are certain.   These two things are Death & Taxes. Even in science there is no certainty.  This was best expressed by the late American physicist Dr. Richard Feynman who said, “If you think that science is certain–well that’s just an error on your part.” What is true with science is also true with business &  economic systems. 

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Once upon a time there was a father of five wonderful daughters.  All of the daughters were very gifted, talented, lovable and delightful.  The oldest daughter was, however, unique and special to her parents.  Her parents did not love her more than their other daughters, but there was something special about the eldest daughter.  Her heart was deep and rich and filled with love.  Her dark brown eyes were pools of tenderness. This daughter loved ballet

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I was in getting a haircut the other day and a young girl asked me what had happened to my arm. As I explained to her that this was something that I was born with and had lived with all my life. Her parents scolded her for asking, and even though I told them it was alright and not to be upset at her I could tell this had angered them and embarrassed them. It

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