Short and Long Term Gains of Breathing The Right Way When I was an athlete competing on a highly competitive level, one of my coaches, Willard Hirschi, taught me how to breathe to achieve greater results. At the time, I just followed his advice since his techniques seemed to work and gave me better results […]

Very often it is the small and simple, even commonplace tasks and decisions … that have the greatest positive effect on our lives. In most cases those simple decisions also affect the lives of others and even things of the world that so often relates to where we are today in life. Former Senator Dan […]

A wise man once said, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step.” Knowing this to be true, today is the day to take that first step. If you already have taken that step then congratulations on your exciting journey ahead! How many times have you wondered if you are taking the […]

What We Focus On  Sometimes in life we have setbacks. Other times are filled with joy and contentment. We often ride the roller coaster of happiness and stress, and sometimes need to just take a break. I get that. Today’s post is not about taking a break. Although I hear you loud and clear with […]

I have been thinking a lot lately about how very fortunate I have been to be a part of championship teams during my lifetime. As an athlete, I competed in four sports growing up, and many of my teammates, coaches and mentors have taught me some invaluable lessons – truly life altering. Those individuals, along […]

Sharon Smith did a great job recently with an interview on her Success Radio podcast. Sharon asked me what my definition of success is, and why it’s important to strive for success in business and life. I had opportunity to talk about how I was able to implement the Entrepreneurship Center at the University of Utah […]

So, who would be considered an “at-risk employee? At-risk employees suffer from health issues like being overweight, high blood pressure, diabetes, lack of energy, depression, which can all lead to very costly (and avoidable) health claims. At-risk individuals should be identified through personal health assessments, thermal scans, DNA tests, and biometric testing. They should be […]