Hydration drink for focus and effectiveness

Power Drink for Hydration, Anti-Inflammation, or Hair of the Dog Resuscitation!

Whether you want hydration, anti-inflammatory benefits… or a holiday hair of the dog elixir, this simple to make, high-powered drink will get or keep you hydrated! I concocted it as an alternative to Gatorade and other hydration drinks that contain gut-irritating sugars and artificial colors, and for its added anti-inflammatory qualities. It’s easy to make…

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10 Top Networking Strategies for Introverts and Others Who’d Rather Not

“I’d rather be hung upside…than go to a big networking event where I don’t know anyone.” Yes, I actually said those cringe-worthy words in a public setting before I learned how to make networking fun. While that’s how I truly felt at the time, today, I am a confident networker. The tools and techniques in this article helped…

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William Bridges On Why Changes Are Hard, Even When You Really Want Them

Inside of every change is a transition, or a series of transitions. And, therein lies the rub…and where the rubber meets the road. While changes can be planned and managed, people need to be led through transitions. Not addressing transitions effectively is a key contributor to the estimated 70 percent failure rate of organizational change efforts. My…

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