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How to Achieve Your New Year's Resolutions

The new year often brings optimism; however, for some Colorado residents resolutions can end in failure. Following these tips may help you achieve your resolutions and help you maintain your health for years to come.

Mental Health in the Workplace

Mental illness is the single greatest cause of worker disability in the U.S.

The 5 New Rules of Company Holiday Parties

Here are the five new rules to plan a party so everyone enjoys the occasion in a safe and fun way.

Design Your Business Around Your Health

Work-life balance advice: Make time to practice something that contributes to a calm mind every day.

4 Practices to Maintain Peace and Composure During the Holidays

One clue to a solution for less stress: Unplug and make room for behavior that pushes your refresh button

Tapping into Your Why

Wellbeing programs alone do not work because an employee is more than an expense line on a finance sheet.

Cultural Shifts and Innovations During Denver's Growth Spurt

Looking back, Merchant & Gould P.C. opened its office in 1998, during the dot-com bubble and during the early stages of Colorado's shifts and growth. Twenty years later, I sit back and reflect on the changes, the opportunities, the impact and our role in the mix.

5 Simple Strategies to Take Your Career to the Next Level

Whether you're competitively vying for a rung up the ladder or more laid back in your approach to next steps, here's some guidance to promote your professional progression.

Best Work From Home Business Ideas for Parents

With work and persistence, you can be both an entrepreneur and a parent.

Unmasking Addiction in the Workplace

Chances are someone in your workplace is struggling with addiction, too, whether you realize it or not.

A Most-Wanted List of 5 Major Time Hijackers

Tap into your awareness around the specific behavior that is hijacking your time.

Building a Culture of Wellness in the Workplace

Nearly 40 percent of American workers describe their jobs as "very stressful," and the World Health Organization-led study estimates that depression and anxiety cost the global economy $1 trillion annually in lost productivity.
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