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Loszach Report has written 257 posts for The Loszach Blog

Influence Your Company Culture (For the Better)

This article was written by Curt Richardson and published in Inc.com.  Benefits, perks and compensation may paint a rosy picture for recruitment, but it’s these intangible elements that make for a happy and healthy company culture. Just like you can’t buy a child’s love, you can’t buy your company a great culture. While benefits, perks and compensation … Continue reading

THE BEST POSTWORKOUT SNACKS TO FUEL AN AFTERBURN

This article was written by Michele Foley and published in Fitsugar.com. It may seem counter-intuitive  but it’s important to eat after you work out. It’s protein and carbs that are going to help replenish all the energy you put out, and that’s also what’s going to help those muscles repair and recover. Of course, this doesn’t mean … Continue reading

Give your body a boost with more steps a day

In part one of a three-part series on ‘Today,’ Rosemary Ellis of Prevention magazine looks at how walking extra steps can boost your exercise routine Looking to change your life? If so, you might be able to forget those hours in the gym or that crazy diet plan. The editors of Prevention magazine say making … Continue reading

WAKE UP WITH FOOD: 4 ESSENTIAL TIPS ON EATING FOR ENERGY

This article was written by Michele Foley and published in Fitsugar.com. Sluggish days — we’ve all had them. The quick solution is often downing a cup of coffee — and then another — with the hope of making it through the day. According to dietitian Ashley Koff, this is exactly what we shouldn’t be doing. At this … Continue reading

How to Energize Your Employees

This article was written by Theresa Welbourne and published in Inc.com. Meetings and performance reviews don’t energize employees. For that, you need something a little more … random. As companies grow, they create routines and processes. Management seems to think this will make their companies more efficient. It might, but routines and processes also sap employee energy. … Continue reading

3 Signs That You Are Stressed Out (And How To Fix It)

This article was written by Tom Searcy and published in Inc.com. How to tell if stress is getting the better of you–and why a clean sock drawer might be bad news for your busines One of my mentors describes how she knows when she has become out of control: “When my sock drawer is perfectly folded, sorted … Continue reading

Six Natural Ways to Strengthen Your Immune System

This article was written by Alexander Bohan and published in Hive Health Media.  Our natural defenses are an incredible ally in the battle against diseases and the body’s immune system can be strengthened and boosted in a number of ways so that you can enjoy the greatest level of natural protection possible and enjoy a healthier life as a result. … Continue reading

How Often Should I Change My Workout Routine

This blog post was originally published by bodyfitformula.com.  The question, How often should I change my workout routine?” is one that I get a lot. It is also something that people have lots of confusion about and end up doing one of two things: first, they either do the same routine (exercises, sets, reps, etc.) … Continue reading

How Exercise Can Increase Your Brain Power

This article was originally published on NoArtificial.com. Regular physical activity has a positive effect on cognition and brain function. We all know that regular exercise can produce long term health benefits. It is a key component in any weight loss program. Furthermore, it can help to relieve anger, anxiety and depression, and also reduce risk of cancer, … Continue reading

Be Happier: 10 Things to Stop Doing Right Now

This article was written by Jeff Haden and published in Inc.com. Sometimes the route to happiness depends more on what you don’t do. Happiness–in your business life and your personal life–is often a matter of subtraction, not addition. Consider, for example, what happens when you stop doing the following 10 things: 1. Blaming. People make mistakes. Employees don’t meet your expectations. … Continue reading