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Anti-Aging Medicine Is Real And Affordable

Anti-Aging medicine, at first may sound like something from a Sci-Fi film but today we will talk a little more in depth about what is really involved. We have not discovered the fountain of youth, but what we can provide is higher quality of life as we age. Aging is a natural process in which our bodies slowly become weaker and more fragile, cells that are in constant reproduction begin to do so less efficiently. This is due to two main physiologic mechanisms, accepted as the causes of aging. As we age we have less ability to eliminate free radicals […]

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If You Haven’t Thought of It Yet, You Should Be Thinking of It Now

Guest blog post from Okezie N. Okezie, M.D. We all, at some point, face the reality that we are not invincible. Whether in the course of our own lives or someone close to us, we are not indestructible! As a Board Certified Interventional Pain Specialist with more than 12 years of experience, I encounter those who find out the hard way that they are only human. Quite often, when something in our body is wrong, it lets us know through the experience of pain. Many of us don’t appreciate that this unpleasant experience is a critical measure of what is […]

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Stuck Sucks

Over 50? Yes life is shifting into a different direction, are you in control, managing your fears, concerns and what ifs? Are you fulfilled and passionate, alive with anticipation or “Stuck” in life’s “gunk”! You are not alone people of all ages can get stuck in stagnation and or arrested growth. How did you get here? You’ve done everything your parents, society and the American system taught and said would lead to a successful and meaningful life. You got the education You got the good job and career You have the family and kids You have money and wealth, financially […]

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Socially Constipated

Socially constipated – it’s something you cannot afford to be when you are in search of a new job or career. I remember the client who told me she was “socially constipated” like it was yesterday. I lost it, laughing so hard! She was speaking truth about herself and many people who are just not “cut out” to be natural at networking, or comfortable with sales and marketing in general. If this is something you can relate to, we just have to get you out there. It is only temporary. You can resume your private life as soon as we […]

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An Olympian’s Mindset

The mindset I carry with me in my quest to be an Olympian embodies the spiritual, mental, and physical states. I believe the spiritual state leads and the mental and the physical follow the lead of the spiritual state. These states are so intertwined that when one area is off-kilter, chances are you will find hiccups in the other areas. When these three states are on one accord, I am able to perform like a well-oiled machine. While keeping this background in mind, I will dive into three aspects that make up my mindset and give suggestions as to how […]

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9 Tips to De-age Your Résumé and Get Interviews

De-age your résumé. Although it is against the law to discriminate against our protected age group, it is unfortunately still practiced. So, what we will create instead is an advertisement for an interview that does not give away our age. Keep in mind, the résumé’s only purpose is to advertise for an interview. Once we gain the interview, we will win them over with our value, confidence, and relevance. Here are some ways your résumé may make you look old: Including a middle initial or your middle name Displaying your full address. This is not only recommended simply for your […]

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Longevity and De-aging

Because of my father’s passion for health and wellness I developed a particular interest in Asian and Eastern India alternative medicine, nutrition and exercise. Traditional Chinese Tao means “Way” or way of life and is not a religion or God, it also means “Path” which means the journey through life which conforms to nature’s own topography and time-tables.

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Last Free Exit or It Takes A Toll

Don’t you love driving on a portion of a toll-way that is “free”, then seeing the sign “Last Free Exit”? Have you ever missed that “Last Free Exit”? Maybe due to the car next to you wouldn’t let you over, although your signal was prominent, he would speed up and slow down just to stay pace with you, URGH! I’ve met people that had every intention of taking their ‘Last Free Exit’ to pursue the vocation of their dreams, one that would allow for work-life balance and the promise of relevant and noteworthy contribution while doing something that they were […]

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