Macy Sarbacker and Laura Collier interviewed by Candice Georgiadis

Macy Sarbacker, personal trainer, wellness expert and editor of

Laura Collier, President of the Penstock Group

Laura Collier, President of the Penstock Group

Candice Georgiadis

Candice Georgiadis

Macy Sarbacker, personal trainer, wellness expert and editor of Laura Collier, President of the Penstock Group.

Always do the right thing, even when no one is watching.

— Laura Collier, President of the Penstock Group

GREENWICH, CT, USA, Feb. 25, 2022 / — Candice Georgiadis, owner of the blog of the same name, interviews people at the forefront of hospitality, travel, lifestyle and more similar topics. It extends the marketing footprint of individuals and businesses through a combination of branding and image on social media and conventional websites.

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Macy Sarbacker, personal trainer, wellness expert and editor of
Can you share your five “lifestyle tweaks” that you think will help support people’s journey to better well-being? Please give an example or story for each.

Add intermittent fasting to your daily routine. Intermittent fasting is free and a great lifestyle adjustment. Just change when you eat, not what you eat. Intermittent fasting may help reduce inflammation, help with weight loss, help reduce insulin resistance, lower your risk of type 2 diabetes, may help reduce oxidative stress, may help prevent disease , may help prevent cancer, may help extend your lifespan, has many anti-aging benefits and more!
Eat real food. Start eating real food. Real food is food that is unpackaged. Focus on the ingredients that are in your food and strive to recognize those ingredients or have minimal added ingredients.
Prioritize sleep. Sleep is a very overlooked part of wellness. Sleep allows our body to repair itself and our brain to consolidate our memories and process information. Make quality sleep a priority! You can set reminders on your phone to help you get to bed at a decent time.
Spend more time outdoors. Our bodies weren’t made to sit in a desk all day and then sit in front of a television all night. Expose your eyes to the sun, put your feet on the ground, go for a hike or a walk. Spending time in nature is associated with lower blood pressure, less stress, and can help reset our circadian rhythm.
Switch to low toxicity products. Slowly switch to low-toxic products. There are so many toxins in our environment. We can make small changes to eliminate and reduce these toxins. An example is the use of a reusable water bottle. Ditch the disposable plastic water bottles and refill a water bottle. Plastic water bottles contain toxins that are endocrine disruptors.
If you could start one movement that would bring the most well-being to the most people, what would it be?

I encourage everyone to start intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting is 100% free and therefore accessible to everyone. There are so many health benefits of intermittent fasting!

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Laura Collier, President of the Penstock Group
Can you share 3 of the best tips you’ve received along your journey? Please give a story or example for each.

Opportunities surround us. Look for the reasons why you can instead of identifying the reasons why you can’t. Too often in life, it’s easier to say we can’t do something, or we just sit and wait for the right opportunity to present itself. Opportunities are everywhere, and instead of waiting for what you perceive as a big opportunity, focus on the opportunities that are available here and now. Value can be created in all situations. Problems can be solved. Improvements can be made. Steps, however small, can be taken in the right direction. This perspective is crucial in the notoriously broken US healthcare sector.
Always do the right thing, even when no one is watching. It shows the true integrity of a person. It’s more about having a good moral compass to guide my decisions and not expecting recognition or praise.
Surround yourself with successful people. As I have seen friends and colleagues progress in their lives and careers, it has helped me stay motivated to achieve my own goals.
We’re sure you’re not done. How are you going to shake things up next?

We will continue to find ways to remove waste from the healthcare system, thereby reducing the overall cost of healthcare. The greatest achievement for us would be to “go bankrupt” because we fundamentally fixed this part of the health care system by creating transparency in health care and fair cost of care.

However, at Goodroot we focus on one system at a time. We know that our healthcare system cannot be fixed overnight. Instead, as a business community, we take one system at a time and find small ways to fix the system that can lead to big changes. So, with the support of the Goodroot community and the platform we have, our Penstock team is always focused on the next piece of healthcare we can reform.

The rest of the interview is available here

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About Candice Georgiadis
Candice Georgiadis is a working mother of three as well as a designer, founder, social media expert and philanthropist. Candice Georgiadis is the founder and designer of CG&CO. She is also the founder of the Social Media and Marketing agency: Digital Agency. Candice Georgiadis is a social media influencer and contributing editor for ThriveGlobal, Authority Magazine and several others. In addition to her busy professional life, Candice is a volunteer and donor at St Jude Children’s Hospital.

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