“Uber, the world’s largest taxi company, owns no vehicles. Facebook, the world’s most popular media owner, creates no content. Alibaba, the most valuable retailer, has no inventory. And Airbnb, the world’s largest accommodation provider, owns no real estate,” wrote Tom Goodwin, senior vice president of strategy and innovation at Havas Media in TechCrunch, March 2015. 

Meditation, yoga, retreats, nutrition, nature … all things we are encouraged to do to nurture and nourish our spiritual side. Well, this is all fine and really nice, but how do we continue the growth or manage this growth when we spend a good part of our days at work interacting with rejects who look only to fill the voids in their lives by sucking the life entirely out of yours?

I recently attended a brief presentation given by a top women’s cardiologist. Not having a prior background in heart health, I received a wealth of new information.

It's the end of summer and the temperature is still soaring. Take time to chill out with aromatherapy! Whether you want to get rid of that frazzled feeling after work or inhale something energizing and refreshing to beat the heat, essential oils are a simple and natural way to change your mood and balance stressed-out, over-heated, and over-worked physiology.

When I discovered spa culture in the 90s, I felt at home as the luminaries in this industry were at the forefront of the natural revolution.  Now that natural is trending and mainstream, the natural products industry can learn a lot from the early adaptors in spa about consumer perception, expectations and exceptions.

Authors, coaches, motivational speakers, guru’s all talk about reaching the height of your maximum potential. Are these misleading statements? Can we truly achieve what is referred to as our maximum potential? If we did, what would that look like?

bob ullman

It has been both my privilege, and good fortune to have been professional, and personal friends with the partners that make up the industry law firm of Ullman, Shapiro, and Ullman for more than 20 years.  Bob, Steve and Marc have helped me (among many others) in more ways that I can count over the years.  When I lost my father in 2009, they were there as friends to support me, and my family through that difficult time.

What's all the buzz about telomeres? Products are beginning to appear on natural product shelves claiming to support healthy aging by supporting the health of our telomeres. But what exactly do they do annd can supplements support their healthy function?

Michael D. Shaw

Of the many ways to improve personal wellness, including a diet with an emphasis on eating whole foods, hydration–drinking enough water each day–should be at the top of this list.