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Health Tip
To eat less, eat more

Grabbing a 100-calorie snack pack of cookies or pretzels may seem virtuous, but it's more likely to make you hungrier than if you ate something more substantial, says Amy Goodson, RD, dietitian for Texas Health Ben Hogan Sports Medicine. "Eating small amounts of carbohydrates does nothing but spike your blood sugar and leave you wanting more carbs." 


Hello and welcome to our September  newsletter!
This month, we'll be sharing seven ways people will hold you back if you let them and how you don't need the title of a leader to be one.



7 Ways People Will Hold You Back--If You Let Them

Think about the people you've encountered throughout your professional life. There's probably a range, with some who have gone out of their way to help you learn and grow, others who may have helped a bit when it wasn't too much trouble, and perhaps a few who seemed to actively be working to hold you back.
If you're working with someone in that last group, it's important to respond to their actions in a way that helps you get the best out of yourself and others instead of reacting to their negativity.

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Leading in Times of Crisis

On Sunday evening as Hurricane Harvey's devastation became more visible, J.J. Watt, the star football player of the Houston Texans decided to act by going on social media and encouraging people to raise money to help. He started the effort by committing to contribute $100,000 personally and set a broader goal of raising $1 million.
In the spirit of recognizing that difficult times bring out the best in humanity, he asked others to join him. After increasing his personal contribution, other contributions started to come in and just four days since his first plea, more than 100,000 people have joined the effort. As of Thursday morning, the fund had reached $10 million and is expected to keep growing. Watt's action also ignited the human spirit in other celebrities as they replicated his approach with their own fundraising efforts.

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