Ahhh…The Benefits of Relaxation!

Stress is a fact of life in the modern-day workplace. Although some stress may encourage growth and development and may challenge employees to perform to the best of their abilities, constant stress can have a very negative effect on a person’s health. There are quite a few conditions that have a strong link to stress, … Read more

Washington D.C. Restaurant Week – Summer 2018

The most anticipated week in summer is here for foodies in the D.C. area: Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week begins August 13th and lasts through the 19th. Over 100 restaurants are participating and offering fabulous deals on gourmet three-course meals: brunch or lunch for $22, and dinner for just $35. Put on by Restaurant Association Metropolitan … Read more

How Mindfulness Can Make Your Meetings More Productive

What is mindfulness? In simple terms, mindfulness means being present. It’s paying attention to what is going on right now. It also means doing so without judgment. There is no right or wrong way. In an interview with the Huffington Post, Dr. Danny Penman noted, “Becoming aware of what’s going on around you can make … Read more

Summer 2018 NYC Restaurant Week® Highlights

One invitation. Countless occasions. #NYCRestaurantWeek reservations are now open! Link in bio. A post shared by NYC Restaurant Week (@nycrestaurantweek) on Jul 9, 2018 at 9:36am PDT Summer is here and NYC Restaurant Week® is rapidly approaching. For meeting and event planners, this is a great time to try some of New York’s top cuisine … Read more

Three Points Of View On Beating Boredom

Did you know that chronic boredom can negatively affect the quality of an individual’s work, interfere with their ability to manage anger, and make it difficult for them to function socially? In some cases, it can even lead to depression. Knowing the harm it can cause, it’s worth looking into ways to understand and cope … Read more

Celebrating National Chocolate Day At M&M World in Times Square

What better way to celebrate National Chocolate Day than at M&M World in Times Square. Candy lovers of all ages delight in this colorful, chocolate wonderland located in the heart of Times Square, and adjacent to the New York AMA Executive Conference Center. The three-story building offers unique and memorable experiences, making it a must-see … Read more

Sparks Will Fly In These Cities on July 4th!

Celebrating Independence Day in the U.S.  turns out is a busy holiday, with an estimated 44 million people driving to a destination 50 miles or more from home and 3.8 million traveling by plane. For those people who chose to stay home last year, 15 million watched the Macy’s July 4th Fireworks on television. If … Read more

Four of the Top TED Talks About CrowdSourcing

When it comes to crowdsourcing, you probably want to know more. With how interactive the world is, what with the internet and other communication devices, crowdsourcing has become easier than ever. Crowdsourcing is one of the best ways to strengthen your mission, by pulling in new voices and ideas, by creating a space in which … Read more

Vacation Time: Don’t Let it Go to Waste

662 million days. That’s how much vacation time Americans let go to waste in 2017. More than half of Americans (54%) failed to use all of their vacation time, and the results have broader implications than just fewer visits to the beach and a reduction in backyard BBQs. Why Vacation Matters Vacation is more than … Read more

How The Sing For Hope Project Is Bringing Art To New York City

The arts is a field that is enjoyed by many but it’s also something that bring healing to a person’s life. If this seems like hyperbole, then take a closer look at what the Sing For Hope Project is doing for New York City. Through the arts, Sing For Hope has exposed disadvantaged communities, hospital … Read more