Posts by Jena Hintze

How Yoga Could Have Helped the World of Harry Potter

Jena Hintze on Feb 10, 2017 9:00:00 AM


The international phenomenon that is Harry Potter enchanted the world when it first released and continues to grow even today. It has everything you could ever want. Heroics, romance, magic, danger, Quidditch, and Butterbeer.  The books are incredible, and luckily the movies captured the magic. There are theme parks dedicated to it’s splendor. You can find out your patronus, which house you belong to, and what kind of wand fits you best. Yet, the Wizarding World is missing one thing….


The Three I's of Competition in the Workplace

Jena Hintze on Feb 3, 2017 3:00:00 PM


It’s long been debated whether competition in the workplace is good or bad; and we’ve all seen it go badly. From the snide glances in the break room to the full on war of words that erupts in the middle of the weekly staff meeting, a feeling of competition can create tension to say the least. Yet, when handled correctly, competition in the workplace can be one of the best things for it.


Pancakes or Tap Dancing?

Jena Hintze on Jan 20, 2017 4:15:00 PM


“The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.” –Pablo Picasso

If someone were to ask you what you were good at, what would you say? Would it be tap dancing? Making the best pancakes? Or are you really good at handling difficult situations? Whatever it is, do you think of it as a gift? And is it something you share?


The Psychology of a Nurse

Jena Hintze on Jan 5, 2017 4:05:52 PM


Do you remember those career aptitude tests you took in high school? The one that said you were meant to be a librarian or a counselor…not the movie star like you always imagined? We think those are great, but as you grow out of the indecisive teenage years into the still indecisive, but more urgent decision making years of adulthood, sometimes you want a little more information. Rather than categorize your future for you, we’ve outlined the psychology of a nurse, the traits that help someone thrive in this position. Then, if you’ve been curious if you would look good in a pair of scrubs, you can make an educated decision on your future…for yourself.



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