Goldman-Bhyat began an 18-month training and rehearsal process. She still ran her business, just a little more hands-off than before, and while it wasn’t easy to take this step back, the situation gave her team an opportunity to grow immeasurably. “I needed to delegate not just tasks, but also decision-making—allowing others to do things without needing my personal yes or no. A big part of gaining comfort with this was also accepting that things would probably not always be done the way I would do them. I needed to make peace with it so that my team felt confident to step up and make decisions.” In addition to the leadership skills her staff developed, the company also saw a 20 percent increase in revenue during Goldman-Bhyat’s absence.
I have found a very thin skinned lime which was grown in Las Vegas; it looks like calamansi but much larger, about 2″ to ″ The tree is about 10′ tall with thorns about ″ long. I am not sure what type of lime this is. I take 2 oranges, 2 grapefruits, 4 lemons and 6 to 8 limes; wash then cut into quarters. Remove the growth tip and place into a blender. The fruit is pureed with only filtered water added. Place into mason jars (about 5) and refrigerate.
Add to hot tea or ice water. Very Refreshing – Very Healthy.
Note: I have added pomegranate to this puree; preparing the pomegranate the same way as the citrus.
Cold showers have been shown to relieve depression symptoms due to the intense impact of cold receptors in the skin, which send an overwhelming amount of electrical impulses from the peripheral nerve endings to the brain. Thus, it produces an antidepressive effect, and boosts moods, making it a pick-me-up. A 2008 study found that cold hydrotherapy has an analgesic effect, and does not appear to have noticeable side effects or cause dependence. This treatment included one to two cold showers of 38 degrees Fahrenheit, two to three minutes long, followed by a five-minute gradual adaptation to make the procedure less shocking.