Social Media by nature commands a social aspect to it, to bring people together who share common interests or goals — and it’s also being used to impact the world negatively: to bully, to recruit people of hate, and to spread messages of despair.
The Brand Ambassador Coaching Exchange Program (BACEP) stands for love, joy, and community by recruiting agents of transformation. The Brand Ambassador Coaching Exchange Program will chosen its participants because of their ability to display: Integrity, Authenticity, and Vulnerability and who are open to letting it play out in their daily lives.
It’s the program’s goal to transform lives by inspiring people to take action (from seeing one the brand ambassador’s journey) knowing they too can accomplish their goals through the use of social media (INSTAGRAM) as an accountability tool.
It doesn’t take much these days to get a hard case of FOMO. Fear of missing out is a real thing several people are experiencing lately. So much so, that even the money exchange app, Venmo, is creating FOMO left and right. I mean, what’s worse than seeing your friends Venmo one another cash for cool hang-out time together? Nothing, if FOMO has anything to say about it.
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In a sea of self-help articles and books that you can find online or at the bookstores, not even one deals with the happiness of the elderly.
This is rather interesting and bizarre – they are the ones who got through life without even one blog post or a newspaper article on how to be happy, yet here they are, alive, and ready to find happiness in the final chapter of their lives.
Anxiety can easily be triggered when worrying or experiencing fear on normal day to day activities. Other emotions associated with anxiety include depression, sleep disturbance, difficulty concentrating, among others. This response can impact a person’s productivity and their ability to maintain calm within the workplace.
You know what sucks? Losing your hair. You know what makes it worse? That it happens slowly over time. Little by little, day by day, you’re forced to watch your hairline recede, knowing that someday it will be gone, and there’s nothing you can do about it. Or is there?
Hair loss is primarily caused by a steroid hormone called dihydrotestosterone, or DHT. Ironically, DHT is the hormone that initially is responsible for growing hair in men, but over time it binds to hair follicles causing them to shrink, weaken, and die. Fortunately there are plenty of things you can do to help keep your hair where you want it. Let’s take a look at some of the Dos and Don’ts of hair loss prevention.