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Thu Jan 31 2013 at 03:50 pm EDT
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Thu Dec 20 2012 at 01:11 pm EDT
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Monday Oct 1, 2012
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Brendan Brazier
Health & Wellness > Nutrition
Recorded: Jan 24, 2013 at 09:45 pm EDT
Learn how to enhance your overall wellbeing through clean eating. Those who choose to eat cleanly benefit from sustainable energy, high quality sleep, physical strength and mental sharpness. Clean eating has a significant impact on wellbeing, so much so that I've made it the foundation of my recently-launched web series, called Thrive Forward: www.thriveforward.com. Topics will include: 1- Add vs. Subtract: How to make changes to your diet without shocking your system. 2- Listen to Your Body: How to recognize cleansing symptoms. 3- How to consume enough nutrients to support your activity level. 4- The truth about processed foods, and why you should avoid them. 5- How to gain energy through nourishment, not stimulation. 6- High-net gain foods: what are they and how you can benefit from them.
Register for this session, led by expert Katie Stearns to explore a proven framework for leading, developing, managing and supporting large-scale days of service efforts.
“SECRETS OF THE GUYS WHO GET JOBS – RESUMES AND COVER LETTERS” will transform the way you search for jobs—and step up your ability to get them—by reinventing how you write cover letters and describe your career through the resume. Your current resume is written like a functionary; by the end of this seminar, you will have the resume of a proactive leader—the kind of resume that says “I get things done.” You will also learn how to write a confident cover letter that says what value you add and how you fit in to a new professional environment—and learn how to make powerful requests that get you an interview. This seminar is led by David Thomas, co-founder of Forster-Thomas Inc., veteran magazine journalist, and host of “Job Talk,” the radio show where work and life collide.
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HandsOn Network, the volunteer-focused arm of Points of Light Institute, is the largest volunteer network in the nation and includes more than 250 HandsOn Action Centers in 16 countries. HandsOn includes a powerful network of more than 70,000 corporate, faith and nonprofit organizations that are answering the call to serve and creating meaningful change in their communities. Annually, the network delivers approximately 30 million hours of volunteer service valued at about $600 million.
Lori Riviere has over ten years of marketing, public relations and event production experience. With a bachelor's degree and advertising and a law degree, Lori has worked with clients ranging from small start-ups to large Fortune 500 companies. Lori has developed a reputation for conceptualizing unique and cost effective marketing concepts that help connect the dots between advertising, marketing, public relations, social media and events for a brand or business. She has a deep understanding of the social media stratosphere and is at the helm of her own fashion and lifestyle blog that has landed her in Refinery29, Miami magazine, The Miami Herald and more. Her unique understanding of all facets of the market from the wholesale to consumer side has led Lori Riviere to become one of the most sought after marketing consultants for brands, products and services catering to the female market.
Stephanie Redcross is the founder and managing director of Vegan Mainstream – a San Diego-based marketing company that strives to bring mindful companies and services into the mainstream. Having observed her parents’ entrepreneurial spirits and experiences in business ownership, Stephanie learned early on that passion and hard work are the cornerstones to success. Passionate herself about living and advocating a vegan lifestyle for health, environmental, and ethical reasons, Stephanie has made it her life mission to help likeminded entrepreneurs and small to mid-sized companies reach and exceed their goals. She also hopes to encourage all businesses to consider both the marketing viability and ethical importance of shifting to veg-friendly products and services.
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