Are you listening to your mind and body? Do you know what tools and techniques are available to you to help you maximize your health? Today’s episode exposes you to some clear options spiritually, emotionally and physically to help heal and maximize your body’s potential.
Michelle Bardwell is the founder and CEO of Flower Road, an alternative health institute based in Dallas, Texas. Trained in aromatherapy and the use of essential oils and hydrosols, Michelle is a believer in helping people live healthy, happy lives.
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The first in a series we call “What If?” In this episode, we discover what you really need to know about insurance. Our guest, John Allen, is president and managing agent with Community Insurance Advisors. John’s mission is to set a new standard for the insurance industry. Here John walks us through a thought process of how we should engage an agent and get the most from our insurance policies. While many people buy insurance on price (whether it be for the house, car or business), most of us really have no idea what our policies cover. John clearly describes “all-risk” versus “named-perils” coverage, water endorsements and the difference between replacement and ACV (depreciated) claims settlements.
John has leveraged his passion for people and his attention to detail to grow an insurance business that is a true advocate for his clients.”Post Views: 256
hile we think of wearable technology strictly in terms of devices for humans, that’s no longer true. Horses are now the beneficiary of advances in sensor technology and the trend is gaining momentum in 2017. There are several new companies jockeying for position in the equine space. PonyUp Technologies is one of these companies, and their technology has features that sets it apart from the rest.
Sharon Caswell has a software engineering background and life-long interest in horses Sharon holds the reins at PonyUp Technologies, which has developed a new device called VetCheq.. Her background in software development, team leadership, product development and marketing gave her all the skills needed to give strategic and tactical guidance for developing a product from scratch.Post Views: 217
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What if I told you that a business like this exists and is also native Texan-woman owned?
The micro-batched and artisan food industry is more of a movement. Creative folks who roast coffee, brew beer, make bread, or create specialty condiments, are in it for the creativity as much as the profitability.
Our guest today had a dream of crafting specialty foods she loved and knew others would find tasty. Let’s talk with Taffie Lynn Butters about how she made her jalapeno dream a reality and does good at the same time.Post Views: 61