The GC4W News Weekend Reads Edition 96 is a collection of top stories and trending topics.
With so much news content being published each day on gc4women.org, we have decided to start a new “Weekend Reads” tradition to keep you informed and connected to the resources to improve your life and business.
The following are top reads and trending topics on GC4W news:
1. The One Thing You Must Know Before Changing Jobs
The worst thing you can do is to jump from one role to another without thinking.
“[A different role] may be more senior. It may also give you more money. All of that is really important. But unless you really think about what it is that you would like to do next, and take the time to really reflect on that, you can end up in a situation where you repeat the same process over and over again and get stuck in a career,” Winney says.
As a practical first step, the career expert recommends executives reflect on their current and past jobs, think carefully about their achievements and what gave them job satisfaction.
Read more here. GC4W
2. Chloe Kim Makes History at 2022 Winter Olympics
Snowboarder Kim, 21, defended her PyeongChang title and secured first place in the women’s halfpipe for a second consecutive Games.
In her first run at Beijing’s Zhangjiakou venue, Kim threw down an epic performance with a 900 and two 1080s for an astonishing score of 94 that even brought her to happy tears. On run No. 2, she fell when she attempted a 1260 move. Lastly, on her third run, which was her victory lap as no other competitor even came close to her score, Kim once again went for the 1260, but fell.
Read more here. GC4W
3. The Importance of Heart-Healthy Food
Intermittent fasting may have tried to tarnish breakfast’s reputation as the most important meal of the day, but there are still plenty of reasons to start your morning with a bite to eat. Cardiologist Karol Watson, MD, shares arguably the most important one: “After not eating all night, most of us are hungry!”
Need another reason? An observational study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology found that adults who skipped breakfast had a higher risk of mortality from cardiovascular disease compared with those who ate in the a.m.
Read more here.
4. 7 Female Leaders Bring Inclusivity To Healthcare
Pandemic has exacerbated existing healthcare inequalities and disparities in how accessible and inclusive healthcare provision is in some countries and although things won’t change any time soon, at least not dramatically, it’s worth noting that there are many innovative companies out there working on solutions that have the potential to significantly change how we provide and receive healthcare. And many of these companies are female-led.