Daily Archives : July 28, 2017

Your Attitude Determines Your Altitude

Growing up in Pittsburgh provided Leah Staats with a lot of opportunities to enjoy her passion for sports, both as a participant and as a spectator. After receiving her degree in sports management from Liberty University, and eventually receiving a…

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Increasing Employee Engagement and Productivity through Effective Supervision

Many organizations today find themselves experiencing high turnover rates, and most managers and supervisors suggest the reason employees leave is for better pay. However, research suggests that most people are not leaving for more money, but rather because they are…

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The Employee New Wave: Generational Differences and Adjusting to Changing Needs in the Modern-Day Workplace

Keeping up with ever-changing employment issues can be a fulltime job for employers, and it is a task that now includes managing generational differences among employees and their work styles. As new generations enter the workforce, they bring with them…

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Who Needs an Estate Plan?

For many people, their attitude about estate planning matches their attitude about fixing a squeaky hinge or submitting the warranty registration form that came with the refrigerator: They know they should probably get around to doing it at some point….

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What is Emotional Eating vs. Physical Hunger?

Emotional eating is using food to make yourself feel better—eating to fill immediate or chronic emotional needs. It is eating urgently and instantly, as a way to suppress or soothe negative emotions, such as stress, anger, fear, boredom, sadness, and…

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