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Member-Based Business Must-Haves for 2017

The year is anew and member-based businesses are gearing up for a successful year. For businesses looking to improve on last year’s growth, there are a number of things you can do to boost activity. This year, we’re focusing on ways to increase engagement, social visibility, and efficiency.

5 Children’s Health Groups Inspiring the Next Generation

Encouraging healthy habits at a young age can make it easy to live a life full of well-being. A child needs a healthy diet and regular physical activity to be healthy, while avoiding things like smoking, drugs and unhealthy thinking. Teaching kids the importance of these lifestyle choices can make it easier for them to continue a healthy way of life into adulthood. That being said, with parents — who may have well-being issues of their own — generally being the primary role models for their kids, we sometimes need a little help from others, to positively influence kids. Here are five of the top children’s health groups that are working hard to help inspire the next generation to live a healthy and long life.

New Year, New Programming: Ways to Introduce Different Activities

With 2017 in full swing, there are many new programs that parks and recreation organizations can add to their programming. Most organizations need to be mindful of seasonal changes, to make sure their services won’t be affected. Some sports and activities are also more popular during certain times of year.

Fitness trends shouldn’t become the be- all and end-all for your organization but they do provide some guidance for activities that are growing in popularity.

2016: End of Year Recap

We’ve kicked off the new year and it’s time to reflect on an unforgettable year of growth at PerfectMind. 2016 was a year of remarkable growth and major improvements across our product, support and services.

Activate, Don’t Hibernate: Winter Activities to Keep you Fit

The cold can be unpleasant but don’t think that chilly weather should keep you locked up at home. Seasonal affective disorder is no joke and staying indoors can encourage a sedentary lifestyle, leading lower levels of well-being.

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