Cascade Centers Live Well Blog

Bringing Energy into the Workplace

Bringing Energy into the Workplace A successful company depends on successful employees, and successful employees depend on successful engagement. When an employee isn’t engaged, they’re minimizing their company’s potential by not maximizing their own. When engagement is down, employers ...Read More

Food for Whole Body Health

Our minds and bodies rely on a balance of nutrient-dense food for optimal health. However, the average American diet is made up of sixty percent processed food, and dreadfully lacking in nutrients. To help us better understand how the body uses the food we consume, ...Read More

I Thought I Built a Great Culture, What Happened

I Thought I Built a Great Culture As an executive coach and HR professional I work with leaders every day who experience wins and losses, sometimes minutes apart. They face failures big and small, and the most confident have learned to reframe those failures as learning – fail fast, fail well ...Read More

What Are You Waiting For? Procrastination: Why We Do It and How to Overcome the Tendency

Procrastination True confession: I procrastinated on writing this article on procrastination. The irony is funny, right? Actually, it is proof positive that we all procrastinate now and then; some more often than we’d like to admit. As a Productivity Consultant, I love to share ...Read More

When Should You Invest in Management and Leadership Training

When Should You Invest in Management and Leadership Training Like a beloved schoolteacher, the memory of a great boss can stay with you for a lifetime. The way they motivated you, brought out the best of your talent and helped you reach your greatest potential. Alternately, you’ll never forget the leader who prevented ...Read More

Why You Need an Eldercare Advisor

Why You Need an Eldercare Advisor It’s hard watching your loved one age. Suddenly it becomes clear that mom or dad can no longer live on their own, as their safety and well-being are at risk. As seniors are less able to stay home because of safety or security concerns, many families are caught ...Read More

Digital Detachment

Digital Detachment We live in an age of unrestrained technological growth. As a result, our digital consumption has left many of us feeling isolated and unfulfilled. On March 1, 2019 many people will pause to acknowledge National Day of Unplugging, which is a 24-hour global respite ...Read More

Mindfulness for Your Health

Mindfulness for Your Health Mindfulness is a practice that starts small and works up to all day every day moments. Slowing down and taking time to be in the moment becomes a habit. Some people I coach have a perception that mindfulness is passive practice — a reaction to the world happening ...Read More

How to Manage the Unmanageable Workload

How to Manage the Unmanageable Workload We love to blame technology for the fact that most people today work longer and harder than in the past. But if you compare work habits between the US and much of Europe, it’s clear that we’re making a very different choice about how we spend our time. While ...Read More

Changing Your Company’s Culture for a More Inclusive Tomorrow

Diversity and Inclusion—two words you hear daily in the workplace. It’s not unusual for companies to invest in expensive diversity training events and seminars. It’s also not unusual for these efforts to yield little results and sometimes negative backlash. ...Read More
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