Most-Read Stories from May 2017

By Leigh Harper, May 30, 2017

The most-read stories from May were weighty, teaching us how to stay healthy and define our purpose. However, feel-good stories made the list too, because we all like to smile and be inspired. Make sure you caught our top 10 most popular posts from the month, listed below.

P.S. Can you believe the year is (almost) halfway finished?

  1. Sawyer’s Art Heals Hearts at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
  2. How to Create the Ultimate Site Visit Checklist
  3. Cerebral Palsy Can’t Stop Kevin Molyneaux
  4. Your Spring Reading Guide
  5. Selling Gaylord Rockies, the Country’s Largest Hotel Project
  6. Cincinnati Cooks Equips Students for the Kitchen and Beyond
  7. 4 Tips for Maintaining Your Healthy Lifestyle on the Road
  8. 4 Powerful Steps to Defining Your Purpose
  9. How to Get Better Event Photography
  10. Outdoor Adventure Locales for Your Group
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During a recent speech at Leadercast, Andy Stanley challenged the way leaders often delegate.

Stephanie Donoho, administrative director of the Kohala Coast Resort Association dispels myths from the Big Island’s 2018 eruption.

Here are four ways to incorporate mindfulness into meetings.

Explore L.A., where the great outdoors awaits groups.

Following these six steps to create a zero-waste event.

Lay the foundation of a successful business with these 10 commandments to live by.

Posture, lighting and snacks are part of the ways to maintain wellness at work.

The golden formula for all meetings, incentives and event professionals is as simple as SOUP.

Here are the latest trends to help you combat stress during your workday

Adding to your rotation of industry podcasts could take your business to the next level.

The best social media practices for meeting planners to engage your event attendees from start to finish

Great Wolf Georgia proves to be the perfect spot for meeting and event planners or simply a quick family getaway.

Explore Monterey, California, where the great outdoors awaits groups.

Katherine Lo, founder and president of Eaton Workshop and Sheldon Scott, director of culture at Eaton DC give us an inside look into the trendy DC stayover.

Stephanie Klett, Wisconsin’s Secretary of Tourism for the past eight years, was named as the new president and chief executive officer of VISIT Lake

Explore Squaw Valley, California, where the great outdoors awaits groups.

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