When we embark on a new journey, there is always a lot of uncertainty. Have faith that there is a path for you. Trust the universe and above all, trust yourself
Over 6 months ago I became a part of the Olympic Crest team - not because I loved insurance, not because this was my lifelong dream, but because I connected with the people. We share the same morals, values, and beliefs, along with a desire to help others, and I couldn’t be more grateful for my position as Director of Business Development for Olympic Crest Insurance.
Molecular hydrogen is the smallest element and lightest molecule. There are three main properties that explain hydrogen’s therapeutic effects.
1. Molecular hydrogen can easily diffuse into the subcellular compartments and scavenge cytotoxic oxygen radicals, thus protecting the DNA, RNA and proteins from oxidative stress.
2. Molecular hydrogen also triggers the activation or upregulation of additional antioxidant enzymes (e.g. glutathione, superoxide dismutase, catalase, etc.) and/or cytoprotective proteins of the body.
3. Molecular hydrogen may be a novel-signaling molecule that can alter cell signaling, cell metabolism and gene expression. This gives the anti-inflammatory effects, anti-allergic effects, and anti-apoptotic (or anti-cell death) effects. *Data was taken from the Molecular Hydrogen Foundation
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Have you ever encountered individuals who are all talk but no walk, people who speak louder and, therefore, come off as more “confident” and pushes others down which creates the false impression that they’re automatically “right,” or folks who are more eloquent and well-versed in their speech and demeanor but lack delivery, execution, vision, leadership, and implementation at pivotal and key moments of life? The problem doesn’t just manifest itself from one side but instead two: 1) The people who need to always be right, “win,” and come out on top who play off the incompetence of others in order to create an illusion or a perception that they are better than others at the expense of other people’s own ignorance, misguided beliefs, and preconceived notions and 2) The people who welcome, put up with, and tolerate this type of behavior, knowingly or unknowingly, which encourages these types of people and their actions to flourish, grow, exist, and permeate which can affect all levels of society from education, politics, corporate environment, and interpersonal relationships.
An important skill I’ve learned in a business, social, or personal setting which applies to my everyday life is to segregate, classify, and identify the significant few from the trivial many.
Don’t simply be a sheep and simply follow the “herd” or “crowd” and partake in activities that everybody else is doing. Learn to think for yourself and ask questions. Learn to have a questioning mind and thirst for knowledge to obtain all relevant, useful, and pertinent facts before making a big decision. Learn to identify the people who aren’t genuine or trustworthy or who will stab you in the back and throw you under the bus without a blink of an eye in order to promote and advance their own self-vested interests or agendas versus the people who will be your champions, advocates, and confidants and stand by your side when you’re faced with conflict, tribulations, and hardships. Learn to read people and understand that sometimes people don’t say what they mean or mean what they say even if they’re looking at you straight in the face and eyes while giving you a smile.