At What Age Did Play Turn Into Exercise?

By Peter Hartmann

Why should kids have all the fun? It’s time for us adults to put some excitement back into our otherwise dull workout routines.

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It appears on my bank statement, just like clockwork: My health club fee. The fee I pay once every month for visiting the place about that often.

While making the payment, I started wondering… at what point do we adults start paying to do what kids do all the time for free? Continue reading

Does Advice From Fitness Experts Confuse You Too?

By Peter Hartmann

Forget about the latest fitness trends. The best workouts are the ones where we listen to our bodies. Are you ready for the intelligent workout?

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Why is workout advice always so contradictory?

We can’t visit a fitness site or thumb through a magazine without an “expert” sharing the newest theory on how to get in shape. Trouble is, it’s usually the opposite of what we heard last time. Continue reading

How Opera Stars and Frequent Flyers Can Help Us Improve Call Productivity!

By Holger Reisinger

Want to be more productive on the job? Learn from the experts who know how to get the oxygen flowing and the blood pumping.

“Sit up straight!”

“Take a deep breath!”

We’ve received those pieces of advice many times during our lives. What we probably didn’t realize is that they can also help us do our jobs better. Continue reading

Sports – Team Event vs. Time to Yourself: Choose Wisely

By Peter Hartmann

Participating in sports is a great way to get a much-needed workout. But is there a deeper reason why we engage in them?

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It’s time to tackle one of the most important questions of our time.

No, not whether Brexit was a good idea, who is going to win the U.S. presidential race or how Portugal managed to defeat France in Euro 2016. Continue reading

Are You Working in a Desert Without Even Knowing It?

By Holger Reisinger

One in five of us are working in dry office environments that compares to Death Valley. It isn’t just bad for your health; it also reduces your productivity. Here’s how to fight back.


How would you like to go to work every day in the Sahara Desert?

Me neither. Blazing hot and crackingly dry, they’re no place to conduct business. Continue reading

True wireless is here to stay…and that’s great news

by Daniel Gniazdo

2016 is the year true wireless earbuds have finally hit the mass market. From the Jabra Elite Sport to Apple’s much-discussed AirPods, there’s no shortage of earbuds to pick from. But is true wireless a fleeting fad or the future of hearables? We think it’s the latter. Here’s why.

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As the dust settles on the news that Apple’s iPhone 7 comes without the headphone jack, let’s take a closer look at the term “true wireless.”

Many felt outraged by Apple’s decision to drop the jack. Others praised it as a bold and courageous move toward embracing the wireless future. Who’s right? Continue reading

The Answer to All Your Questions – Your Inner Compass!

By Peter Hartmann

Seems like everyone’s talking about their “inner compass.” Contrary to what we think, where it’s pointing doesn’t matter. But something else does.

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“Is your inner compass pointing you in the right direction?”

I overheard that question asked the other day, and it stopped me in my tracks. Continue reading

Introducing the Swiss Army Knife of Customer Service Tools

By Holger Reisinger


Today’s consumers increasingly demand customer service on their terms. Maybe it’s time to follow the example of Dutch airline KLM and get more familiar with one of the customer service apps that does it all.


We all know that customers have different preferences for how they want to access customer service. Some want to dial a number while others prefer to type out an email, use an app or visit our website.

Wouldn’t it be great if there was just one app that could accommodate every possible customer-service preference?

There is, and it can. Continue reading

TODAY – New Break-Through in Active Living

By Peter Hartmann

For decades we’ve enjoyed the freedom to take our music with us wherever we go. Today we begin a new era of freedom.

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The year was 1979. It was a time of big hair, big platform shoes, big bellbottom jeans and the big beats of disco music. Donna Summer, the Bee Gees and the Village People ruled the music charts. Continue reading

How to Eliminate 3 Barriers to a Great Workout

By Peter Hartmann

What stands between you and your ideal workout session? Find out how an exciting new technology can give you the workout you deserve.

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Let’s face it: Working out is tough. And not just the physical part.

Plenty of things get in the way of an ideal workout – like making the time, focusing on the task at hand and staying motivated, just to name a few. Continue reading