From the daunting thought of running a single mile to accomplishing 26.2 miles. One young woman's story about how putting one foot in front of another literally changed her outlook on life. Read Courtney’s story, and remember that - YOU can do difficult things.
Consistency is often the key to success in any walk of life. Whether it’s family, finances, or walking the fairways on the PGA Tour, former Open champion Stewart Cink has been a model of consistency while earning a reputation as one of the most respected players in professional golf.
When you’re hungry and strapped for time, ordering fries from the drive-thru can seem like the path of least resistance. But there are plenty of healthier options that travel well and can easily be eaten in a plane, train, or car:
Give in to those extra helpings and unhealthy temptations and you could be risking years of healthy retirement living and time with loved ones while surrendering retirement savings to unexpected medical expenses.
Francis and Schola left their jobs as doctors in the Democratic Republic of Congo three years ago to escape political corruption and pursue the American dream. Now that dream is becoming a reality – one nail, one two-by-four, one shingle at a time.
Can being busy actually benefit you? We share insight from a study that shows staying engaged can help put the everyday puzzle pieces of life together, skills like problem-solving, language, imagination, perception, and planning.
About 86% of American workers commute to work by car but not everyone is driving a long distance. If you find yourself driving five minutes to work each morning out of habit, maybe it’s time to rethink your commute.
We’ve all been there. An inbox full of unread messages, a buzzing cell phone, a pressing deadline... It can be difficult to find relief from stress in the workplace, Here's a few ideas to get you started!