How to Build Your Resilience

How to Build Your Resilience

According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, resilience is the ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change. 2020 may have been the ultimate test of resilience as we struggled to bounce back from cancellations, closures, and never-ending changes to...
The Power of a Nudge

The Power of a Nudge

Habits are built with the help of a predictable pattern, or loop, that leads us to adopt certain behaviors with regularity. If one of the steps is missing, habits are less likely to stick. While behavior scientists and authors choose different words and steps to...
What is Subjective Wellbeing?

What is Subjective Wellbeing?

How do you feel? Your answer to that question is likely to be different from mine or someone else’s response. Each of us evaluates our cognitive and emotional health differently. This variance is known as subjective wellbeing (SWB). In other words, your sense of...
How to Eat Just a Little Bit Better

How to Eat Just a Little Bit Better

Was eating better on your list of resolutions this year? How’s it going? If your answer is not so well, you’re not alone. It may be time to learn how to eat just a little bit better for greater success this year.  Not surprisingly, health goals topped the...
How to Ask for Help at Work

How to Ask for Help at Work

We all need help from time to time. But asking for it can be hard, especially in the workplace. Asking for help brings a “social threat” or perceived judgment that we aren’t willing to risk. If you want to grow, improve, and advance, however, it’s time to know how to...
Health Benefits for Employees

Health Benefits for Employees

If you’re the leader of a company, you know how important it is to offer health benefits for employees. Any organization that has 50 employees or more is required by law to provide health insurance to their team. Smaller companies, on the other hand, must decide...