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Keynote: Dan Harris     watch now Dan Harris is co-anchor of both Nightline and the weekend edition of Good Morning America on ABC News. He is also the author of 10% Happier, a #1 New York Times bestselling book about a fidgety, skeptical news anchor who stumbles upon meditation. Recently, Harris launched an app specifically designed to teach meditation to [...]

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Upcoming Events

Creating Healthy Habits for  Healthy Weight - Register» October 11 from 1 - 2 pm CDT Identify your personal definition of "healthy weight," learn tips for developing healthy weight habits, learn strategies to help improve weight loss and create an action plan to get started.   Watch recordings of previous events here.

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Lessons in Generosity

Teaching Children the Value of Money and Generosity Kindness is contagious. No matter what form it takes, practicing acts of kindness and generosity can lighten the soul, inspire others and renew our faith in humanity. And no matter how big or small the act, by making a conscious effort to do good, we set a compelling example for our children to follow. […]

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Noticing the Good

The Gratitude Effect Mind your manners. Say “please” and “thank you.” We all remember the instructions our parents gave us so we would grow up to be polite, well-mannered people. But giving thanks is more than just a good habit. It turns out that making a concerted, consistent effort to notice the good things changes us. Here’s how: […]

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The Importance of Being Grateful

Power of Positive Psychology When you wake up each morning, what is the first thing you do? Maybe you robotically check your phone, walk sleepily to that first cup of coffee, rush to catch a 6 a.m. workout class or get the kids up for school. Maybe it’s a combination of all those activities. However, something few of us do is practice a positive mindset. […]

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It Pays to Be Prepared

Saving for a Rainy Day Car repair? Flooded basement? A child’s last-minute school trip? Unplanned and unavoidable expenses can easily derail your family’s budget and even your retirement plan, causing long-term financial damage. But, even a modest emergency fund can go a long way when financial surprises come your way. […]

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Stay Desk-Healthy

Avoiding Health Hazards at Your Desk Computers have transformed our lives and the way businesses operate, and more people find themselves sitting at a desk, staring at a screen all day. But, over time, working at a computer can strain your health and lead to more serious, costly conditions if left unattended. […]

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Rebound from Life’s Challenges

Relief is a Call or Click Away Established in 2005 as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, the Cox Employee Relief Fund (CERF) has a mission to assist employees and their immediate families impacted by life’s setbacks. […]

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Safety First

Expect the Unexpected Your family may not be together when disaster strikes, so it’s important to plan how you will contact one another and how you will respond in different situations to ensure everyone is on the same page when the time comes. […]

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Assess Your Assets

Protecting Your Family and Your Estate From designating caregivers for young children and reducing tax burdens to preventing lengthy court proceedings, an estate plan is crucial to protecting both your assets and your family’s relationships after your death. […]

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