January 2017 happened fast! I decided to participate in Mannatech’s 90 Days to a New You Challenge…which I started it officially on Wednesday, Jan. 4. I have a team of three women who live in Phoenix area, and we make up TeamPhoenix. There are certain requirements for the Challenge. We have to take measurements, photos and..
If you have a fitness app, you may get regular emails from ‘them,’ each one having 3-4 great articles about how to do the whole fitness thing better. I think that’s great. I need- and appreciate- the input because I gladly share the insights of others. After all, I’m not doing the hard research- ‘they’ are-..
Since you are reading this blog, you have undoubtedly made some very specific lifestyle choices and changes. CONGRATULATIONS!! One of those changes probably has to do with the kind of and quality of food that you eat. In making those changes you have probably started to read food labels. However, have you ever read your..
(The content of the next three posts is from a speech given to San Tan Toastmasters Club, June 17, 2014 as a Keynote address to (an assumed audience of) the Chamber luncheon of business owners. If you are a business owner, you will appreciate these comments. If you are a customer of any business, let me..
A friend of mine daily sends out to his team leaders a short email highlighting something to think about. Thank you to Steve Pitts, a hospital administrator, for his commitment to actively give input to the personal development of his team. This morning he sent the following story that describes how the spirit of teamwork..
The last in the series of ‘Wisdom from a Cactus’ is titled: Accentuate Your Strong Points. In 1992 a book was published that expressed a life and business philosophy that at the time was a bit controversial. Authors Donald O Clifton and Paula Nelson penned the philosophy based on over forty years of research with..
Our Wisdom from a Cactus series continues: Be patient through the dry spells. Deserts are regions that receive low and irregular amounts of precipitation. The location of the desert (high or low elevation) as well as temperatures (high or low) more specifically affect the amount of precipitation that desert plants receive. In photos I..