We hope that you are enjoying our weekly news feature, and we will continue to share some of the things we have been reading throughout the week in hopes that you will find them useful. They will mostly, but not always, be USANA-related items covering health, nutrition and business.
We are so pumped for the 22nd Winter Olympics, and are especially excited to watch the Team USANA athletes compete in Sochi. Here is a handy schedule for all of the Winter Olympic events.
We have seen so many amazing speakers at USANA conventions over the years, and while they all have different styles, there are some commonalities. This article lists four things that highly persuasive speakers do well.
9 Ways to Never Regret Another Day of Your Life includes this gem, “You don’t have to have it all figured out to move forward. Just do the best you can until you know better. Once you know better, do better.”
Some very good tips on marketing and making sales using social media.
This article about What Millenials Want (And Why Employers Should Take Notice) contains some good research from Deloitte, including this interesting statistic, “Roughly 70 percent of Millennials see themselves working independently at some point, rather than being employed within a traditional organizational structure.”
I love the concept of aging well, and a recent study shows that beginning an exercise program, even after being sedentary for years can substantially reduce the risk of illness and disability in retirement.
While it’s never too late to start a healthy lifestyle, it’s also never too early to start, which is why USANA’s new Family Focus blog series is so great. The first entry covers how to get your family to remember to take their vitamins (and enjoy it).
I leave you with this excellent TED talk on the 8 Secrets of Success (it’s only 3 1/2 minutes…you owe it to yourself to watch this one).
Have a great weekend.