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10 Most Inspiring Quotes from WELL Summit Brooklyn

WELL Summit in Brooklyn on Oct. 5 and 6, 2018, brought together wellness luminaries and experts from across the country. They shared their expertise and enlightened more than 700 attendees with grounded knowledge and actionable challenges. Here are 10 of the most inspiring quotes from WELL Summit 2018. 1. Christy Turlington Burns, activist, film maker,…

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Wellness Entrepreneurs Share Their Self-Care Tips

Managing your own business is no joke. And whether you’re the CEO leading a team of people or you’re the one and only staff member, putting others’ needs before your own might be a default. But we all cognitively know that taking care of ourselves is key to thriving, in business and in life. Self-care…

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9 Wellness Books You Need on Your Bookshelf Now

This year’s W.E.L.L. Summit attracted a tribe of speakers who were prepared to impart serious wisdom to attendees. From keynotes from the main stage to intimate breakout sessions, wellness experts inspired and motivated. But what if you couldn’t make it to the Summit yourself? Thankfully, many of this year’s speakers are also best-selling authors—and you…

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Own Your Glow

An Afternoon of Self-Care, Reflection and Celebration October 8, 2017 — 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm Get Your Tickets Join the W.E.L.L. Summit Community in Boston, this October 8, 2017, to celebrate the launch of Latham Thomas’s new Book, Own Your Glow. Join us for a tea time chat with Latham and Sara DiVello where…

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5 Experts Give Advice On How to Build Your Speaking Career

Is becoming a speaker at national or international conferences on your career bucket list? The dream is real, but so is the struggle to get there. To help, we’ve gathered advice from five top wellness speakers to get you one step closer to checking “speaker extraordinaire” off your list. Latham Thomas, women’s wellness maven, founder…

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