The Buttonwood Business Center is proud to announce that we are sponsoring Aidan Moore in the “It Takes a Heart to be a Hero” Campaign!
Below, Aidan shares his involvement in the campaign:
“I’m joining millions of others to help save lives with the American Heart Association!
At my school, I’m learning how I can help make a difference by raising lifesaving donations to help kids with heart disease. I’m also learning about my own heart, and how to keep it healthy. And I’m getting active!
I’m excited about raising money for other kids – kids with hearts that don’t exactly work right and to help fund new medicines and treatments to be discovered.
Please help me make a difference! Thank you!”
We are excited to help raise awareness for heart disease through Aidan.
Does heart disease run in your family? Though genetics can play a major role in this prevalent disease, lifestyle choices are also a key factor! What you consume and how active you are plays a very large role in your risk for heart complications or similar lifestyle related diseases.
You may be thinking to yourself, how does nutrition and exercise relate to business? Well actually, it can be very impactful on your business and career. Choices you make now in your eating habits and activity level can determine your ability (or inability) to run your business in the future. Will you take the challenge of taking care of yourself so that you can be a part of your business for many years to come? As a small business owner, you may often find yourself sacrificing time for yourself to pour into building your business. But you may find that eating well and exercising will give you more energy to run your small business.
Don’t let poor nutrition, lack of activity, and the onset of heart disease be a barrier to being successful in your business or career!