Posts Tagged ‘wellness’

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Perficient Colleagues Make a Difference for Global Health and Wellness

Nonprofits that revolve around health and wellness are always popular and widely supported around the holidays. Almost every person in the United States knows someone who has been affected by illnesses similar to cancer, ALS, MS, or heart disease. According to cancer.gov, in 2018 there were 18.1 million new cases of cancer and over 9 […]

Asset Maintenance Philosophies to Conquer Everyday Life, a How-to

Maintenance. A word that does not inspire many people. It implies either an undesirable task or an unwanted cost. But, is maintenance really a bad thing? In this post, we’ll discuss some Asset Maintenance Management philosophies and how they can positively impact your everyday life.

6 Keys to Success in your Adult Life

As this year winds down to its conclusion, we start to look ahead. We are compelled to perform retrospectives and see how they measure up to our keys to success. Thinking of this, I am reminded of a keynote speech that I had heard when I was being recognized for achieving the rank of Eagle […]

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The Power of Gratitude

This is the time of year when we think about “Giving Thanks” and being thankful. It’s also about being grateful. The power that gratitude can have in our lives is amazing. I’ve been thinking about how we can adopt an “attitude of gratitude” all year long. I encourage our colleagues to bring their “whole selves” […]

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Striking a New Chord of Career Success in Consulting

Some people are lucky enough to fall into a career they love and stick to it for their whole lives. However, many of us (myself included) have done complete 180s in search of finding a career we are not only good at, but enjoy. Here at Perficient, I’ve found that a lot of us have […]

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Let’s Manage the Information We Consume

In these unprecedented times, one thing there is no shortage of is information. It’s everywhere, from the news and social media, to videos and local community bulletins. While information serves to inform the masses, at the same time, a lot of that content is the driving source in contributing to our anxiety. Recent reports have […]

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Perficient Bike Team Cycles Into Spring

Success at Work and On the Trails Early this March, Perficient’s St. Louis Bike Team took a leisurely ride at Grant’s Trail. The team, which was founded in the summer of 2019, has spent the past year exploring Missouri’s scenic trails. Grant’s Trail stretches eight miles through St. Louis County and made for a beautiful […]

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5 Ways to Preserve Employee Mental Health During COVID-19

Think your employees are taking this in stride? Think again. Every day, the world is glued to TV news outlets and websites watching the pandemic numbers rise. As the crisis worsens and businesses slow down and close, anxiety increases. Your workforce, your front line communicators to your clients, are nervously eyeing sinking retirements and basic […]

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Office Profile: 5 Ways Bozeman Brings Out the Best in Work and Life

What is it like to live and work in Bozeman, Montana? When people ask Justin Bartels that question, he often feels as though they listen to his stories in disbelief. “It’s kind of a fairy tale,” he said. Justin, a portfolio specialist at Perficient, has lived in Bozeman for ten years. He’s part of our […]

Connected Health Trend Countdown: #3 Moving Beyond “Sick Care”

We’re winding down the countdown with one that is near and dear to my heart. One of my very first jobs, when I was just a wee lass of 14 years of age, was as a peer health educator for North County Health Services in California. That’s the foundation that still drives me in my […]

Personal Health Data: Giving Patients and Doctors Something To Talk About

One of the most intriguing movements in the healthcare industry today is participatory medicine. Participatory medicine holds a lot of promise and seems to be gaining momentum among both patients and healthcare professionals. Nevertheless, participatory medicine is far from the standard of care, and one of the biggest barriers is actually getting patients interested in […]