Lifestyle

Ready for a fabulous New Year? Start with inspirational, award-winning fitness coach Wendy Ida.

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How can we have more courage and confidence and be the best leaders possible? Lois Frankel helps us reflect on leadership goals and plan ahead.

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On social media? Have banking or other online accounts? Megan Nogle & Laura Chooljian discuss how to care for digital assets if you become incapacitated or die.

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Is your routine draining or energizing? Susette Aguiar-Possnack shares ways to create a happier, more fulfilled life at work and home.

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Sarah Greenfield has tips to start eliminating excess sugar from your diet and combat cravings.

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Chasing your goals but not making progress? Imelda Villalobos has mindfulness techniques to help balance living in the moment with achieving your goals.

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"Hello? Can you hear me?" Devra Korwin explains how building your "Gender Intelligence" can improve communication at work and at home.

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Jana Coke will help you make sure your style personality reflects who you are—or want to be.

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Want the corner office? Don’t be nice. Lois Frankel shares common mistakes & opportunities to help you navigate your career path.

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Companies that have more women in leadership tend to be more profitable, according to Pax World Investment Management. Research has demonstrated that having women in senior management and on boards of directors tends to lead to more innovation, different risk management models, and less pay discrepancy between genders. Gender diversity is important to both companies and investors. Kelly Coyne, of Pax Ellevate Management, talks about about why investing in women should be part of your investment strategy.

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