The dynamic challenges driven by a new economy has required us to rethink how Information Technology solutions are delivered.
1000 Healthcare, Wellness & Fitness
Success is seeing the change I can help people make in their lives.
When people ask me what I do for “work”, I say I don’t. I just have fun doing what I love to do!
The Navy gave me the confidence that I have used throughout my career to take charge of my own life and not be afraid of change.
Because this is a vision and a mission, not just a business, it took tremendous personal sacrifice, including virtually every penny I owned, a huge amount of credit card debt, and many, many personal lifestyle adjustments.
Success does not happen over night you have to work at it each and everyday and you have to believe that you are a success.
My mother taught me through her life and now her death. That is why I became passionate to bring about a better healthcare delivery system called AZZLY, for patients, for providers and for better outcomes.
To change women’s perspectives on their bodies, to have fun while working out, to spend more time with family, to educate women on what bellydance is truly about!
I had an idea of how to solve my student’s problem with a new-to-the-market solution called Slip-On Dancers that transform your running shoes into dancing shoes in seconds.
Carrying out innovative ideas from inception to the point of favorably impacting human health while not forgetting along the way to be a positive role model for those around me.
We have created a very unique, empowering & fun program for women that teaches them how to avoid & escape from a potential attack.
I love creating a vision for my business and seeing that people are attracted to it and enjoying what I offer. I love that I see other professionals (peers) also interested in what I am creating and cheering me on as I do so.
I define success as being able to touch people’s lives in a meaningful and positive way. This encompasses clients feeling good about their bodies, and also teachers feeling good about their skills.
Better Days was started because of after 10 years of working as a geriatric nurse, I had finally had enough. I knew that seniors had worked too hard for too long and needed to be provided for in better ways.
I was introduced to the Feldenkrais Method 29 years ago after a debilitating accident with a semi-truck. From my remarkable recovery, I found my passion for movement and realized that I wanted to teach others.