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.
I really enjoyed this post about inhabiting the moment (and was reminded not to skim through it).
This article shares 6 important steps for developing a strong team, one of the most crucial skills in becoming a leader.
Do you love your customers?
Low levels of Vitamin D? A new study shows that taking a vitamin D supplement is the most significant way to improve vitamin D levels in the body.
10 scientifically backed ways to improve your creativity. Personally, I always feel more creative after exercise, and this is backed up in this Psychology Today article:
Sweat is like WD-40 for your mind-–it lubricates the rusty hinges of your brain and makes your thinking more fluid. Exercise allows your conscious mind to access fresh ideas that are buried in the subconscious.
A good article for those with kids at home during the summer (with parenting tips by the most awesome pediatrician ever, Dr. Christine Wood).
I hope everyone is having a great summer and is able to spend quality time with loved ones. We at Larsen Global were fortunate last week to have our own family reunion, and it was a fun-filled week full of great memories with sunny days full of surfing, hiking, swimming, barbecuing, and just spending quality time together. Here is a picture of the cousins hiking at Torrey Pines.
Have a great weekend.