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  • How to Increase Your Walking Pace

    If you walk for exercise, try this trick to increase your pace: Walk and chew gum at the same time. […]

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  • Why Nightmares About Work Are Actually Good for Us 

    If you have nightmares about work, you’re not alone. According to a survey by Monster.com, 55% of us have work-related […]

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  • Avoid the Dirtiest Spots in the Airport

    Here are the top germ “hot spots” to avoid according to microbiologist Dr. Kelly Reynolds from the University of Arizona. […]

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  • Why Take a 5-Minute Walk Before a Big Meal

    Right before your next big meal – take a brisk 5 minute walk.Because 5-minute micro-bursts of exercise can boost your […]

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  • Early Signs of Alzheimer’s You Should Watch Out For

    Do you worry that you – or someone you love – is at high risk for age-related cognitive decline, like […]

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  • How To Learn Anything At Double-Speed!

    Here we go with the latest on speed-learning.  The next time you need to watch a training video for work, […]

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About John Tesh

With 6 Emmy awards, 4 gold albums and an AP award for investigative journalism John Tesh has, for the past forty-five years, enjoyed international recognition as an award-winning journalist, composer, broadcaster, and concert pianist. His Intelligence For Your Life radio programs air on over 300 stations and reach 9 million people each week. John’s highly successful and varied career path also includes six years as a correspondent for CBS News, a ten-year run as anchor on Entertainment Tonight, a broadcast host and music composer for the Barcelona and Atlanta Olympic Games, induction into the National Radio Hall of Fame and the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame. John also owns the unique distinction of composing what critics have hailed as “the greatest sports theme in television history” (Roundball Rock) for NBC Sports basketball broadcasts. John’s 7 live television concerts, including the seminal “Live at Red Rocks,” have raised millions for Public Television. In 2020, John published his memoir, Relentless: Unleashing a Life of Purpose, Grit, and Faith. John and his wife, Connie Sellecca, their two children and three grandchildren, live in Los Angeles, California.