The practice of yoga has been around for thousands of years. As a well-established discipline during this time, its core element is the promotion of physical and mental well-being, as opposed to other methods of exercise or recreation that focus primarily on the former. As a result, there are a variety of beneficial mental and psychological effects that come with incorporating yoga and its meditative practices into your daily routine; Lindsay Guion, Founder, Chairman and CEO of GUION PARTNERS INC has a list of these benefits for your consideration.
In today’s working world, there is a greater job diversity than ever before, and the amount of opportunities available can be almost staggering. However, job security isn’t any less important, and the prospect of switching careers can be intimidating. It’s a bold move, especially if you’ve been with a company for a significant period of time, but there are plenty of rewards to go with the risks, and Lindsay Guion, Founder, Chairman and CEO of GUION PARTNERS INC has listed out some of the potential risks and rewards so that you can make an informed decision about whether or not changing careers is the right choice for you.
Martial arts have been in practice for decades, some of them older than others, each of them revolving around a different fighting style and credo, but all of them represent the same core ideas: Mastery of techniques, rigorous training, and the application of a philosophy to the fighting in question, resulting in a much more deliberate and self-fulfilling experience.
Lindsay Guion is proud to announce that Music Industry Quarterly is celebrating their 10-year anniversary. This event will take place at The Venue of Hollywood at Sweet beside the Dolby Theater, Thursday, September 12 at 7pm. Lindsay Guion, the executive publisher of Music Industry Quarterly, will be hosting the events of the evening.
As millions of Americans take up yoga and meditation, the popularity of these two hobbies continues to rise. Even institutions of higher education are now offering formal classes that teach some basic exercises from those categories. None of this comes as a surprise to folks who understand the ever-growing problems of working professionals. For instance, the presence of stress in workplace environments has noticeably amplified over the past few decades. Luckily, health awareness has followed that same trend, and people around the nation are now much more focused on their well-being.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it is impossible to accurately state how many times an average American will change careers during their lifetime. The reason why is that various agencies define career changes differently and there are no uniform guidelines across all markets. Nonetheless, even with the lack of tangible figures, it is a known fact that people have a tendency to pursue new passions. While they may obtain an education and training for one role, the vast majority of the workforce will end up doing something else by the time they retire. So, what are some of the most common things that anyone who intends on undergoing a career change should brace themselves for?