NEW YEAR, NEW YOU:
It’s no secret that the New Year should be all about a new you, but more than 50 percent of Americans admit to breaking their New Year’s resolutions by the end of January. How can you make, and stick to those New Year’s resolutions and form healthy habits along the way?
Just in time for National Green Juice Day on January 26, Frances Largeman-Roth is available for live interviews to help you get that extra boost of motivation to stay on track. Some of her tips include:
- SET MINI GOALS: Changing too many things at once can be overwhelming and can set you up for failure. It’s smarter to make small changes that add up to big wins.
- GET YOUR GREENS: Drink a green juice daily to get more nutrients from green vegetables into your daily diet. You can even customize your green juice by adding extra fruits and veggies like pears, bananas, spinach and a dash of almond milk to spruce up your morning smoothie.
- MEAL PREP: Making your own food at home is one of the easiest ways to eat healthier and be conscious of what you are putting in your body. Plan your meals for the week so it eliminates last minute stress and the urge to go out to eat.
- MAKE A SWEAT DATE: Whether it’s cold weather or a packed schedule, there are always plenty of excuses to skip a workout. But you’re less likely to miss that barre class, or flake on running, if you have your workout scheduled into your calendar like any other commitment. So, start scheduling and set reminders the night before so that your water bottle, shoes and gear are ready to go the next day.
FINANCIAL EXPERT GENE MARKS - HOW SMALL BUSINESS MUST ADAPT & CHANGE TO SURVIVE & PROSPER
NEW HOLIDAY DATA FROM AMAZON IS IN, PROVIDING INSIGHT INTO CHALLENGES FACING SMALL BUSINESSES!
TOP BUSINESS ANALYST ANSWERS THE QUESTION: WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF BRICK-&-MORTAR STORES IN AN eCOMMERCE WORLD?
Amazon recently confirmed that Cyber Monday was the biggest shopping day in history for small businesses. Over the Turkey 5 – the five days from Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday – customers ordered nearly 140 million items from small businesses worldwide. On January 16th, the data will be in from the entire holiday season, providing some important insight into the future of brick-and-mortar stores, small businesses and eCommerce in America. To help analyze the data we have Gene Marks—an author and one of the top small business experts in the nation. Gene will explain whether brick and mortar is dead.