Dr. Daniel Amen Gave Me Brain Envy

No one should ever diet! Everyone knows that if you want to be healthy, you develop a healthy lifestyle. We know this, and yet we still struggle with making healthy choices. Maybe our brains aren't working properly, and maybe there is something we can do about it. Dr. Daniel Amen simply states improve your brain health to improve the decisions that you make in your life to keep you healthy.

Vijay Eswaran: A Man with Passion and Profit

Born on October 07, 1960 in Malaysia, Vijay Eswaran is the CEO of the company QNET. Eswaran's education includes a socio-economic degree from the London School of Economics in 1984. At that point in his life, Vijay was introduced to multilevel marketing which would spark the inspiration for the QNET, the multilevel marketing company that he would later cofound.

Accomplished Investment Analyst Jared Haftel

While at Duke University Jared pursued courses in Science, Mathematics, and Economics , obtaining knowledge that would assist him in his pursuit of a career as an Investment Analyst. Having gained employment at well known financial firms Merrill Lynch and Bank of America his educational background equipped him to successfully accomplish the tasks assigned.

Jonathan Veitch – Lead by Example

As president of Occidental College, Jonathan Veitch believes in ‘leading by example’. In his recent article for the Oxy magazine Veitch outlines his campaign for fundraising and personal efforts to increase the endowment of the college. Calling on alumni, students and international sources, Veitch has succeeded in raising over $65 million during his first four years at the college.

Why do Office Bullies Stay in the Company?

Bosses and ordinary employees are all interested in the topic of office bullies. They exist. And in a lot of cases, they get to high levels in the company.

The modest employees who do not get raises might start thinking that the bully attitude is encouraged in the company. Sometimes, even the company-owners and managers realize that there is that one employee that makes the others feel uncomfortable, but they keep the bully. Why?

Keith Mann: The Secret to Success

Success in the business world depends on many factors. The drive to be the best, combined with education and experience, can help any person go as far as they wish. Keith Mann is a shining example of someone who has taken his experience and combined it with a drive to be the best. An entrepreneur who has demonstrated a willingness to work harder than others, Keith has rapidly become one person to watch in investment circles.

North American Spine Makes Medical Breakthroughs

Back pain seems to be the scourge of modern man. An estimated 80% of Americans complain about back pain at one time or another. The intensity and duration of the pain varies greatly. Over 65 million of them have serious back problems. In fact back pain is the second most common reason people visit their doctors. North American Spine has the solution to your back problems.

Not a part of the 1%? Then Follow Brad Reifler’s Tips on Investment Returns

According to a recent article in Reuters, Brad Reifler, the Founder and CEO of Forefront Capital, gives five safe investment tips to persons of any income bracket. The article confirms that the 1% dominates and strategizes in the investment world with hedge, commodity and public funds where only those in their income bracket are legally allowed to utilize.

Laurene Powell Jobs: The Philanthropist

Laurene Powell Jobs was married to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs from 1991 until his death from pancreatic cancer at the age of 56 in 2011. Born on 11/6/63, Laurene was born and raised in West Milford, New Jersey. She was a standout student with an academic record good enough to gain her entry into the Wharton School located at the Ivy League's University of Pennsylvania. She would later graduate from that school in 1985 after earning a bachelor's degree in economics.

Study Shows Gender Earnings Gap by State

The Democrat party proclaims "equal pay" as being part of their platform and attempts to frame the GOP as being opposed to women earning the same income as their male counterparts. However, data gathered from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS), finds that over the past 45 years, the gender earnings gap has significantly improved. In 1979, the median income among women was 65 cents on the dollar compared to men.

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