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5
Jan

The What, Where, and Why of New Year’s Resolutions

Studies show that about 80% of Americans who make New Year’s resolutions abandon their resolutions in February due to various reasons, including having unrealistic goals, loss of motivation, lack of social support, and poor implementation strategy. Achieving New Year’s resolutions generally boils down to two things. Firstly, the resolutions must be feasible. Secondly, you must be ready to pay the

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23
Dec

What Can Extreme Stress Do to Your Body?

Stress emanates from your body’s reaction to real and perceived harmful situations. When you sense danger, the body enables you to react and get away from harm’s way. This reaction is referred to as the stress response or “fight or flight” response. During the stress response, the blood pressure rises, muscles tighten, breathing quickens, and heart rate increases. This is

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9
Dec

5 Effective Break Ideas to Keep You Productive Throughout the Day!

Breaks are essential for maximizing productivity. In simple terms, a break is when you decide to rest for a while before resuming the task at hand or when you need to pause and “regroup”. Breaks are often perceived as weakness but in reality, breaks can make you stronger, more creative, and improve overall health and mindset. Why Take Breaks? Emotional

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23
Nov

Do You Know Where Your Plastic Water Bottle Ends Up?

While bottled water is generally considered safe for drinking, plastic water bottles pose a serious threat to natural resources, including soil, air, and water. In turn, this threatens the safety of living organisms, including humans. Although recycling these bottles helps reduce their environmental toll, the world has yet to master the safest and most earth-friendly ways to recycle plastic. Recycled

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21
Oct

The New Workplace Culture in the Era of Work from Home

The imposed isolation, lockdowns, and quarantines resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic had pushed millions of workers to work from home. While many people are returning to their workplace as vaccines become more available and economies reopen, surveys indicate that more employees than ever before will be working, at least partially, from home. Thanks to the shift, the benefits and limitations

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14
Oct

Why You Should Recycle Plastic

The purpose of recycling plastic is to make natural resources like air, water, and soil safer for humans, animals, plants, and even microorganisms. However, the world hasn’t yet perfected the science and practice of safely managing used plastic. Plastic recycling is so flawed that used plastic bottles, trash bags, packaging for many consumer products, and many other items still pose

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18
Mar

The Power of Laughter: How Laughing Affects Your Physical, Cognitive, and Emotional State

Research has shown that human laughter is similar to that of certain ape species, such as chimpanzees, suggesting that the evolution of laughter in primate species predates humans. The universality of laughter across humans and ape species means that laughter is an ancient construct that’s been preserved over the years. Like most traits that evolution preserves, it must play a

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21
Jan

How Fear Derails Healthy Communication in Your Relationship

As reported by Psychology Today, lack of communication is one of the leading causes of failed relationships among couples, friends, and siblings. While many factors cause poor communication in a relationship, fear remains a significant factor that keeps one or both parties from expressing their feelings. Other factors include a lack of interest, trust issues, and mental health problems. Read

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7
Jan

Ultradian Rhythm: The Key to Optimizing Your Performance

Data from the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) indicates nearly half of employee turnover in the U.S. results from work-related stress and burnout. While taking breaks from work is crucial for your health and productivity, most companies in the U.S. only allow their employees to break for lunch, especially when working on a complex project. Fortunately, if you work

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Jenna Dillon

Founder & CEO

Jenna is an Executive Coach committed to working with high performing individuals and companies who are up to exploring what they’re capable of achieving within their lives, careers, company culture and leadership. She is passionate about empowering her clients - standing with them and for them - so they have the tools to create extraordinary results.