Unconscious Bias: Are We Holding Ourselves Back?

I recently shared this article from ABC News via Linkedin. As you’ll see, it’s primarily about gender segregation in the Australia job market. My comment was simple, “This is a bit of a worry—well more than a bit.” The crux of the issue is anything….

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The Changing Face of Shopping

I happened to be in Melbourne recently, just as Chadstone Shopping Centre unveiled its new wing.
People reported being unable to exit the freeway as traffic chaos ground cars to a halt. The crowds were stifling and all 10,000…

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Work. What’s It All About?

I love running. A morning run, afternoon or evening, doesn’t matter. I thrive on the burst of mental and physical energy it provides. Sometimes a running buddy and I will set off, and together, solve the problems of the world….

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USANA Raises $2.6 Million for Aid Efforts in 2016

Picture $738,722 worth of children’s multivitamins, and you have just a fragment of what USANA donated in 2016 through its True Health Foundation. The supplements were distributed to aid networks, orphanages…

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Sydney Hosts Amway for Third Time

SYDNEY is this week playing host to the Amway China Leadership Seminar – one of the largest Asian business events to visit the city in recent years.

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Young Living in Ecuador

After a day of meeting and interacting with the children at the Young Living Academy, Young Living members on the 2016 Platinum Retreat in Ecuador were able to visit at least one of the homes of a child that they sponsor.

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Young Living in Uganda

The jigger infection in Africa has created some severe hardships for many Ugandan children. These children are most vulnerable to getting foot-related diseases…

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