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Transform Your Favorite Foods! – SWBW August 2020 Newsletter

Transform Your Favorite Foods Everyone has their culinary vices. For some, nothing beats a slice of chocolate cake, and for others, it’s a hearty bowl of mac and cheese. But these guilty pleasures are often packed with highly refined carbohydrates, added sugars, too many heart-unhealthy fats, and a whole lot of  …CONTINUE READING Cultivating Creativity to […]

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Unleash Your Inner Grill Master – SWBW July 2020 Newsletter

  Unleash Your Inner Grill Master There’s nothing quite like firing up the grill in the middle of summer. Whether you’re having a Fourth of July barbecue or just grilling up some dinner after work, you can’t beat the classic sizzle as meat and vegetables hit those hot grates. It’s a feast for all the […]

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SWBW June 2020 Newsletter

Consumer Trust and Risk: Building Your Credibility Over the past few decades, we’ve heard a lot of public outrage about companies betraying consumer trust. Whether they’re considering tobacco products or baby powder from Johnson & Johnson, Americans have become more proactive about placing their trust in the items they use. More than ever, establishing trust […]

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SWBW May 2020 Newsletter

Look Before You Merge! This February, Judge Victor Marrero changed the American business landscape dramatically when he greenlighted a merger between two communication giants: T-Mobile and Sprint. Attorneys general from 13 states and Washington, D.C., opposed the merger, arguing that if the two companies joined up, then competition in the industry would decline, cellphone bills […]

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SWBW April 2020 Newsletter

  Don’t Be Fooled by Fitness Mistakes April Fools’ Day is a fun holiday to mess with friends and family, but it also serves as an important reminder about the dangers of deceit. When it comes to fitness, there are a lot of fads and opinions out there, and it can be difficult to parse […]

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SWBW March 2020 Newsletter

Making the Most of Small–Business Tax Deductions If you’re a small–business owner, tax season may feel daunting. The federal tax code and supporting documents are nearly 70,000 pages long, and you just want to make sure you’re saving as much money as possible. But how likely is it that you’ll do so? Over 93% of […]

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SWBW February 2020 Newsletter

How Mindset Shapes Your Child’s Future Growth mindset, the idea that achievement is due to hard work and effort and not just natural ability, is a hot concept these days. With an abundance of research from Carol Dweck and Angela Duckworth, science has a lot to tell us about how children learn and why teaching […]

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SWBW January 2020 Newsletter

Managing the Managers Back in 2011, the Harvard Business Review published an article called “First, Let’s Fire All the Managers.” It listed the cons of management, like inefficiency, costliness, an increase in “calamitous” decision making, slower response time, and the disempowerment of lower–level employees. Then, it advocated for an entirely new kind of company: one […]

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SWBW December 2019 Newsletter

Winter Celebrations Around the World Winter is a time for festive joy when celebrations culminate to carry us through the gloomy weather and keep us cheery about ringing in another year. Sometimes it’s hard to look outside our own traditions because we love them so much, but there’s a whole world out there full of […]

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