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How a Lack of Sleep Can Decrease the Well Being of a Keynote Speaker

 Keynote speakers practice good sleep health to increase wellbeing.

A keynote speaker must practice good sleep habits to maintain good health and well being.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

Everyone knows that sleeping well is key to feeling and living well, but do you know what happens if you don’t get a good night’s rest? Keynote speaker Andy Core talks about a few things that can happen if you short-change yourself during the night.

  1. Accidents can happen. Feeling drowsy all the time can lead to micro naps; short amounts of sleep that come on with little to no warning. If you experience this while driving, the effects can be catastrophic.
  2. It decreases your intellect. A keynote speaker needs to be as sharp as possible at work, and not getting enough sleep impairs your reasoning and problem-solving skills.
  3. Your sex drive diminishes. The last thing you’ll want to face is not being able to rise to the occasion because you burned the candle at both ends too many times.
  4. Health problems occur. A lack of sleep can put you at risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and a whole host of other problems that can be easily avoided.
  5. You’ll look older before your time. Do you want to avoid bags under your eyes that age you twenty years? Looking good is a young man’s game and people are more likely to take seriously a person who looks healthy and robust than one who looks like they’re tired and worn out.

To be a successful keynote speaker, you need to start fluffing up your pillow before you start to loose your edge over the competition.

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A Professional Speaker Suggests Using Dance as a Way of Promoting Well Being

Leadership speakers use dance as a tool to promote general wellbeing.

A leadership speaker recommends using dance as a tool to promote general well being. It’s good exercise and it’s fun.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

A professional speaker doesn’t need the moves of Fred Astaire or Gene Kelly to know just how importance dancing is to lead a life of health and well being. Expert leadership speaker Andy Core shows how getting your body moving is one of the most fundamental ways of leading a healthier life.

1. Help prevent injuries. Dusting off your dancing shoes, putting on a playlist and busting out a few moves is a key step in ensuring your body stays fit and flexible, two characteristics that help reduce the chance of injury.

2. Have fun. It’s easy to be intimidated by people who seem like they’ve been born to dance, but if you ignore them and focus on yourself, you’ll soon find out how fun it is to move along to your favorite beat.

3. Meet people. The Internet makes it so easy to seek out dance clubs and groups of all ages and skill levels where you’ll meet likeminded people intent on increasing their own well being.

4. Learn a skill, form a habit. The more well rounded of a person you are, the better equipped to deal with stress you’ll be. Leadership speakers know just how important it is not to put all of your eggs in one basket, and dancing is one of the easiest habits you can pick up to diversify your life and interests.

Although you probably won’t see keynote speakers breaking out in dance during a speech anytime soon, Andy Core says that it’s likely most of them know a step or two as well as engaging in other activities.

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Be a Good Friend and Expect the Same from Others

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

  Be a good friend to everyone in your life, from friends to family to co-workers.


Be a good friend to everyone in your life,
from friends to family to co-workers.

Whether you’re talking about a relationship with a spouse, girlfriend or boyfriend, co-worker, family member, or just a friend, you can apply the same basic principles. If you are good to your friends, you will likely be good in other relationships as well.

Being a good friend is important. You have to learn to think of others and be willing to put their needs ahead of your own, at least part of the time. And you should be able to expect the same of them.

To be a good friend doesn’t mean all giving and no getting in return. Indeed, if you find yourself in a relationship of any kind that is not mutually supportive, you should end it if possible, and quickly, as it can take a great toll on your well-being.

However, it is equally important that you don’t behave as that kind of “friend” as well. You owe it to yourself, and to society in general, to be a kind, caring person and to help others when you are in a position to do so. In return, you should reasonably expect the same from other human beings.

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