Megan Chircop says she has always been very sporty. The medical scientist and nutritionist is the founder of Body Sculptors Australia, a business with a mission to help everyday Aussies develop a healthier relationship with food. She tells Kochie’s Business Builders an active childhood contributed to her love of healthy food and exercise. “I have… Read more »
With one in two Australian workers spending over half their day seated, Sydney based osteopath Edward Clark is urging office workers to get moving to avoid falling victim to chronic conditions. Currently, the average Australian is spending more than 22 hours a week behind a desk. Poor posture can result in painful back and neck… Read more »
It is no secret why boutique gyms are gaining popularity across Australia. They are paving the way for quality coaching, excellent services and genuine long-term results. Looking for more one-on-one time with fitness coaches? Boutique gyms have spent a lot of time refining their coaching skills. It’s a combination of passion and knowledge that provides… Read more »
It’s not what happens to us it’s how we deal with things that counts. The more we strive, the more we take on responsibilities and this requires more decisions, balance and constant consideration. Here’s my 10 tips to keep momentum and enjoy the journey. Be consistent Consistency is key. Each day you should be doing… Read more »
One of the best aspects of working in small business is being your own boss and being in control of what happens when. That’s the idea, right? No doubt it’s one of the main reasons you started your own small business in the first place. Of course, we all know that life never works out… Read more »
As a small business owner, you need to be at the top of your game at every moment. After all, your most important asset is you. Here are 10 easy ways you can be a healthier (and as a result, more successful) business owner this year. Focus on eating whole foods We all need a… Read more »
Angela Wright was frustrated with what mouthwash and teeth whitening products were on the market and set out to create a healthier solution.
The challenge is firstly to get small businesses to realise the health and financial impact of ignoring mental health problems, and secondly, to spread the message that there are tools readily available.
Here are the five biggest things when it comes to building a sustainable and realistic culture for your team.
The NSW Government’s ‘Get Healthy at Work’ research has revealed money businesses can save by having a healthy workforce.