Month: June 2021

Tips to Improve Self-Motivation

What is Self-Motivation? As explained by Positive Psychology, “Self-motivation is, in its simplest form, the force that drives you to do things.” It’s the drive you have to work toward your goals, to put effort into self-development, and to achieve personal fulfillment. Self-motivation can be driven by intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation, or sometimes both.  Intrinsic Motivation: …

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Improving Motivation and Engagement in the Workplace

Motivation and Engagement are Linked As our world slowly returns to normal, employers once again have time to focus their efforts on improving motivation and employee engagement. An important element to remember is that employee engagement and motivation are linked. However, lack of employee engagement doesn’t always mean lack of motivation. As stated by the …

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Incentivizing, Tracking and Verifying the COVID-19 Vaccine

Incentivizing the COVID-19 Vaccine Since the COVID-19 vaccine began being distributed earlier this year, many employers have been wondering whether they could legally incentivize employees to receive the vaccine and how to go about it. As stated by the Center for Health and Wellness Law LLC, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) had previously issued …

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Eye Health – Tips for Taking Care of Your Eyes

Preventative Care As stated by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, one of the best tools for caring for your eyes is regular medical screenings. This is especially true for adults. Many eye diseases progress without symptoms, such as glaucoma, and you don’t know you have it until your vision is affected. Early detection and treatment greatly …

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Nutrition and Brain Health – Are They Connected?

Does Nutrition Play a Role in Brain Health? As cited by First Choice Neurology, there is growing evidence for possible dietary risk factors in the development of Alzheimer’s and cognitive decline. More and more studies are showing that a healthy diet full of antioxidant nutrients can help improve brain health and protect the brain from …

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