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Following A Healthy Lifestyle Impacts Life – And Career Success

August 31, 2010: 01:29 PM EST
The founders of the U.S. Business School of Happiness emphasize the strong connection between a healthy diet and lifestyle and achieving career goals. Eating well, ingesting necessary nutrients and staying active not only promote long-term health, they also have a positive effect on workplace success. “If people would stop eating and drinking boxed, bagged and bottled products, I can guarantee that their quality of work would go up,” says Tom Griesel. Making a lifestyle shift, like eliminating processed foods from one’s diet, is “a critical way to strengthen your life and your career.”
Dian Griesel and Tom Griesel, "Healthy Eating: It’s a Bigger Issue Than Your Waistline", News release, Business School of Happiness, August 31, 2010, © Business School of Happiness
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