Our bodies and our finances respond to the stresses we place on them. Putting appropriate and meaningful stresses on each of these areas can lead to long-term grown and success. Trying to tackle everything all at once can be overwhelming, but small, guided steps can allow positive habits to form and lead to long-term success.
How do pro athletes stay in the kind of shape that makes them a winner? Pro golfer Azahara Muñoz shares how staying fit, getting proper rest, and controlling stress can lead to success both now and down the road.
What does motivation look like? Ena Patel, a former tax planner, just joined the Colorado Rapids as the highest-ranking female executive in a technical role in Major League Soccer. She shares some wise career advice for women in the workforce.
Are you making resolutions and setting goals for the year ahead? Consider making a commitment to positively impacting your wealth and health. And, better yet, look beyond 2018 and commit to lifelong behavior changes. Discover six financial and personal wellness moves to make and a discussion here.
Whether you’re on the go or busy at home, these workouts are designed to fit anyone’s schedule. Miguel Motolongo, Strength Coach for the MLS Colorado Rapids, shares a variety of approachable exercises to target your major muscle groups and core.
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.
While advances in nutrition, workplace safety, and medicine have been increasing the odds you will live a long, healthy retirement, Americans may be actively engaged in cutting their own lives shorter with their sedentary lifestyles and unhealthy diets.
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.