Meet BrightFox, your new favorite hydration beverage.
Co-founders Andy Waldman and Jezlan Moyet of EverTalk TV in West Hollywood, CA tell us a little more about the story behind America's first streaming talk show network with over 96 talk shows dedicated to inspiring, entertaining and empowering both the viewers and the show hosts. #YourHomeForTalk
Mike Lee is a keynote speaker, author, and elite performance coach who works to equip high-performing leaders with the optimal mindset, strategies and skills of basketball's elite in order to drive business performance. His mission for helping others began when he was just a sophomore in college. The summer after his sophomore year, Mike opened up a youth basketball camp in his hometown in Wisconsin. As the basketball camp became more popular, Mike began working with bigger and bigger athletes, ranging from kids in middle school to top NBA players.
Sanara Skincare was developed by founder Rebekah Jasso Jensen after she had dealt with Psoriasis for 15 years. She describes what it was like when she initially received her diagnosis at 16, "I swear with my reaction you would have thought I was given a terminal diagnosis. The doctor looked at me in shock as I was balling my eyes out".
Swag.com was founded in early 2016 when co-founders Jeremy Parker and Josh Orbach noticed that the current swag market was filled with things that didn’t resonate with its current buyer- often times a twenty-something year old assigned with the task of purchasing branded items for their newly coveted position at a swanky company. Parker and Orbach recognized a few things about these young buyers that other promotional product companies didn’t: these buyers didn’t want to speak to anyone on the phone, they wanted a curated selection of only the best items, and they wanted to feel competent in ordering a product that was exclusive to them. Now, just 4 years after launch, Swag.com has grown to 35 employees and brings in $7m in sales.
It's easy to want to stay in your pajamas all day when working from home, but making time to exercise will not only make you feel better physically, but mentally as well. Luckily, there are a ton of free online resources to find great workouts. From YouTube channels with follow-along workouts to blogs with easy-to-follow guides, if there's a workout you enjoy, you can probably find a class for it online.