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5 Reasons You Need Process Confidence to Lead and Succeed

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”—Lao-tzu You may be asking yourself how the father of Taoism could have anything to teach you about succeeding in business. The truth is, while Lao-tzu was never a CEO, he was on to something about long-term success. He understood that each single step is […]

The Lies You’ve Been Told About Soy and Breast Cancer Recurrence

The usual response when you are finding your way around an unfamiliar or confusing topic is to consult experts on the topic.You desire feedback and some sort of validation or resolutions for your concerns. After all, your concerns are legitimate and often any action or inaction on your part has potentially serious consequences. The problem […]

Redefining Success: What Your Body Has to Say An Interview with WWRI Editor-In-Chief Fiona Fine By David Cohen

The word “success” is often defined as having a good career and a respectable family. For women, this can also include playing, working, and achieving in a man’s world. You could almost say that beating men at their own game had become the norm for women. However, these norms are starting to be challenged. A […]

Do You Know What Your Nutrition Labels Really Mean?

We’re always hearing people say “read the food labels,” but where should a person even start? There are words that wouldn’t make sense to someone without a degree in science, daily percentages, measurements in milligrams, and a whole lot of information that if ignored could lead to a ballooning of your waistline. As more and […]

The Fundamentals of Money Management in Turbulent Times

The year is 2014. The United States is increasingly decriminalizing Cannabis, Toronto crack- smoking Mayor Rob Ford visited a rehabilitation facility, and Vladimir Putin stands strong against protests in his anti-gay laws. While these stories and more have kept us on our toes all year, something else has lingered underneath. Something that has perhaps kept […]

What I Learned from My TEDx Talk

In all honesty, I didn’t sleep a lick the night before my TEDx talk. Every time my eyes would start to close, I’d envision my clicker suddenly crumbling in my hands, or the audience in blank stares after I throw out my best joke. It also didn’t help that I had lost my voice a […]

Your Mommy Brain, Your Money Brain And Feeding Both

Six years ago, Alison Stuckey had lost her ability to dream: her husband was a victim of the 2008 financial crisis and she was moving towards depression. She had finally transitioned from working nine-to-five after 5 years and adjusted to being a mother. But there was always something missing in her life. Alison began to […]