Embrace remote work. Remote work within digital transformation is no longer a unique perk; it has become paramount to long-term success, with many major organizations implementing a permanent shift to remote work in the aftermath of the pandemic.
Matt Tengwall is General Manager of Verint Fraud & Security Solutions. Before this role, he served as Vice President of sales in the North American market for Verint. Over the course of his career, he has focused on building strong strategic partnerships and alliances, creative sales strategies, and educational tools for customers.
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Stress management: We all know stress is horrible for our bodies. Managing stress is essential for healthy living. Exercise is extremely beneficial for managing stress. Ways I like to manage stress is by having a daily routine. Prayer, meditation, planning ahead, meal prepping, healthy daily habits, and all of the things I mentioned above are huge for tackling stress. If we do not take care of ourselves and make our well-being a priority, we are setting ourselves up for disaster.
As a part of my series about the women in wellness, I had the pleasure of interviewing Sheree Burton.
Yoga and Meditation: Yoga and meditation can do wonders for your physical and mental health. It gives time for inner reflection, stretching of the body, and a clearing of the mind. When done in the morning, it is a great way to set intentions for the day. When done in the evening before bed, it’s is calming and can improve sleep.
As a part of my series about the women in wellness, I had the pleasure of interviewing Courtney Humes.
Courtney Humes is a Wellness Travel Advisor, Certified Travel Coach, and founder of Follow Your Shine Inc., a coaching and…
While modern medicine is a miracle, one of its shortcomings is a cultural consequence that I call “fix me.” We have become accustomed to the idea of having bad habits and then, when things start falling apart, we expect modern medicine to fix us with pills or surgery. Too often, these “fixes” are only short-term and can lead to other problems since everything in the body is connected.
As a part of our series about “How Anyone Can Build Habits For Optimal Wellness, Performance, & Focus”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Sytera Field.
You have to be an optimist to be an entrepreneur, but be wary of over-optimism. Even though I now know better, I’ve always been convinced that my ventures were going to be instant successes. In truth, it takes time (7–10 years) to really hit your stride, so patience becomes paramount.
As part of our interview series called “5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Became A Founder”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Peter Hubbell.
Educate your employees: We’ve been conducting research over the past year around employer-provided mental health resources and one thing that consistently showed up in results is that there’s a gap in employee awareness of available mental health resources. This was especially true of non-management employees.
As a part of my series about the “5 Ways That Businesses Can Help Promote The Mental Wellness Of Their Employees” I had the pleasure of interviewing Allison Walsh.
Allison is a speaker, author, founder and president of a 501c3 non-profit organization, and marketing expert. She currently serves as the VicePresident of Business Development and…
Patience with yourself. The right answers aren’t always going to come to you right away. Be patient with yourself as you mull over big decisions. This can be hard for me, personally, because it often feels as though I should have the right answers immediately, but remembering that it’s okay to take a little time to sort through my feelings really helps me.
Every company needs a creative leader — Payge H. Kerman, President, boldly steps into that role for Wink Digital. With a background in interactive art, UX design, and web design, Payge has translated her skillset into creating…
Connect with nature! From having a pet to volunteering with animals to regular hikes or walks in parks, to the more intensive Japanese method of forest bathing, you will find your wellbeing improves the more time you spend in nature.
As a part of my series about the women in wellness, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Patricia Celan.
Dr. Patricia Celan is a Canadian physician working as a junior mental health professional for the Nova Scotia Health Authority. She obtained her MD at the University of British Columbia. She is currently in postgraduate training to specialize in psychiatry.
Remind yourself of the vision. When times are hard, it’s easy to get distracted from your purpose. But if you can constantly remind yourself of your vision around you, that can propel you into the best version of yourself.
As part of our interview series called “5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Became A Founder”, I had the pleasure of interviewing William Adoasi, a British-Ghanaian entrepreneur, TEDx speaker, philanthropist and fashion designer who is the founder and CEO of the innovative watch brand Vitae London. He has been featured as one of Forbes’ 25 Leading Black British…
A combination of both retail capital and venture capital is probably the best approach for a founder. The important thing is to value your company appropriately and set deal terms that are a win-win. A square deal, that allows the Entrepreneur to build their company with the funding they need, and for the investors to capitalize on the success of that Entrepreneur for fulfilling the vision.
Founders are often faced with the nagging question of whether Fundraising or Bootstrapping is the best choice for them. What is better, having access to capital or maintaining full control over your vision and…
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