Posts Tagged ‘entrepreneur’

The Hows and Whys of Fitting Exercise into an Entrepreneur’s Busy Life

Friday, June 14th, 2019
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As a busy entrepreneur, your focus is going to be primarily on your business. With so many things to get done, meetings to run, employees to check on, and business lunches to eat, your health and well-being are often last on the list of priorities. This often leads to weight gain and health issues that go with the excess of kilograms. Being the most important person in your field of work is only worth something if you’re also the most important person in your own life.

That being said, it’s imperative to change your exercise routine as soon as possible. No more can your evenings be spent in front of the TV, and no more can there be room for excuses. As an entrepreneur, you know very well that there’s no such thing as no time. It’s only a matter of organization, will power, and determination. You’re a go-getter by nature, so use this trait to your advantage.

Just because you need to exercise doesn’t mean you need to be miserable about it. This is a chance to think outside the box and fix your health all in one.

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How Armand Peri Achieved the American Dream

Friday, December 21st, 2018
Armand Peri

Originally born in Portugal, Armand Peri became interested in art at an early age. His art teachers noticed his budding talent early on, and he was quickly enrolled at one of the world’s premier art schools. By age 17 he had already won a talent search competition, which led to a trip to Washington, DC and a meeting with the president. Clearly, Peri demonstrated the knack for hard work and dedication in his discipline.

Athletic even as a child, Armand became highly interested in health and fitness in his later teenage years. Bodybuilding quickly became his main focus, as his competitive nature pushed him to discover a way to win at both fitness and art synchronously. He began to enter amateur bodybuilding competitions, demonstrating his latest personal artistic success – his own sculpted male form.

Armand quickly attained peak physical condition, winning his first bodybuilding show, and framing a legacy with his dedication to the craft. Let’s take a deeper dive into the life and accomplishments of this modern-day bodybuilding legend.

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The Pursuit of Productivity: How Silicon Valley Start-Ups are Leading the Way

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

silicon valleyAspiring to be the best you can possibly be has always been a part of the human condition since time immemorial. And yet, in an era where a gym membership is almost as indispensable as a mobile phone and more and more people swear by the benefits of so-called superfoods, we appear to be pushing this ethos further than any of our ancestors could ever have imagined.

No other industry has profited as much from this demand as the HealthTech sector of Silicon Valley – estimated to be worth $3 trillion. With new health trends and fads popping up seemingly overnight, start-ups are rushing to create the next big thing.

From this frenzied scramble, a number of bold and progressive ideas have emerged. Here are three of the most radical.

Nootropics

If you don’t recognise this word, you are not alone – it was only coined in 1974, and is made up of the Greek words for mind and bend. And no – nootropics are not the latest evolution of psychedelic drugs, but they are not far off. (more…)