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On this episode of The Balancing Act: South Florida Edition, host Olga Villaverde sits down with the leaders of three successful South Florida businesses.

Life coach Roy Assad is back at The Balancing Act studio ready to share another helpful tip: Discover your unique quality and delegate the rest. Here’s why.

Did you know traditional Chinese medicine provides a holistic approach to relieve pain, treat chronic illness, and promote health and wellness? At the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine (ATOM), students are trained in the philosophy of traditional Chinese medicine with the goal of becoming highly-skilled practitioners.

Then, hear about Beth El Mausoleum. It’s more than just a final resting place–it offers a Jewish community, and connections with clergy for pastoral care, spiritual guidance, and Jewish tradition.

Craving a delicious, homemade meal without the stress of planning and prep? We’re back in the kitchen with celebrity chef Ralph Pagano for a QuickBytes featuring Orrington Farms, a line of broth bases and flavorful seasonings guaranteed to add wholesome, farm fresh flavor to your recipes.

If you’ve been suffering from a chronic or recurrent infection, you’re not alone. Learn how MicroGenDX’s Next Generation DNA Sequencing is changing the lives of patients around the world.

The Rockefeller Foundation is working to give communities the food, income, and benefits they need to survive by providing access to various helpful resources.

Homesquare offers an extensive and curated range of functional, stylish, and modern furniture that allows customers to create their dream home office.

The Balancing Act is back, exploring ways to survive and thrive during the coronavirus pandemic – from mental health to creating your dream workspace.

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