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  • Lack of sleep said to be health time bomb, the “next sugar”
    The article states that long term sleep loss is serious, as a study from Harvard Medical School aptly demonstrates. For five years, they studied individuals who slept less than five hours each night. These subjects had a “300 percent greater risk of hardened arteries.” Dr. Stanley believes that losing even one, or more, hours of sleep over […]
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  • Professional’s Not Immune – Life Insurers Pay R12.3 Billion in 2015
    The statistics reveal that professionals are not immune to developing the most severe of illnesses or even dying many years before their time, with medical professionals being most at risk across all categories of claims. In this modern age of information and data being readily available, so too is human destroying fast food or contaminated food […]
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  • Personal Lifestyle Exposure Planning 101
      No, it’s not short term insurance coverage or long term assurance coverage. It’s a far more exciting journey down the rabbit hole of personal empowerment, growth and protection. Some have defined it as personal risk management (PRM) or what we prefer calling financial well-being, as the process of identifying, measuring, and treating one’s personal […]
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  • The Art of Personal Risk Management
    No, it’s not short term insurance coverage or long term assurance coverage. It’s a far greater journey down the rabbit hole. Hungelmann (2016) defines personal risk management (PRM), as the process of identifying, measuring, and treating personal risk (including, but not limited to, insurance), followed by implementing the treatment plan and monitoring changes over time. […]
  • The Untimely Event of a Stroke and the Departure of the CEO
    Listed corporate organisations in South Africa are mandated as part of their listing requirement, to manage the risk exposure of the enterprise. According to King III, proper succession planning for the CEO and other senior executives must be put in place by the board. Various studies in the United States demonstrate the negative and positive […]
  • Can Movement Improve Performance in the Workplace?
    Global Concerns to Health and the Need for the Flow of Movement Across the globe, it is agreed by experts in the field of human performance enhancement, one of the biggest problems plaguing today’s organisations is something that is pervasive, invasive, and preventing people from achieving their personal and professional best. This has been referred […]
  • Can 2½ Minutes of Exercise Really Help Improve Performance?
    Shorter, more intense workouts are becoming very prevalent in the fitness world. While many contest to performing endless hours of exercise per week with the belief that the longer you exercise, the better. However ongoing research points to being able to improve your level of fitness and mobility while working out for a fraction of the […]
  • The Chief Executive Effect
    Larcker et al. (2012) suggests that there is no greater test of the viability of a company’s succession plan than the sudden death of its CEO. Approximately seven CEOs of publicly traded companies die each year in the U.S. The most common causes of death are cancer, heart attack, and stroke. Less frequent, although still […]

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