|By Marketwired .||
|April 6, 2014 01:07 PM EDT||
MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/06/14 -- We sometimes forget just how fast-paced our lives have become nowadays. The Internet makes sure we hear about news almost moments after they happen, phone booths have been replaced with smartphones, making sure we are connected to the rest of the world 24/7 and more often than not we even have a calendar to organize our spare time. Considering what a hectic lifestyle many of us lead, taking a conscious break to relax and let go of the daily hustle and bustle is more important than ever. In an effort to provide people who have trouble finding stress relief some tips and support, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights hosted a seminar in St. Louis to discuss methods of stress relief. The event, which took place in Missouri, was free of charge, open to everybody and turned out to be a great success.
The CCHR -- acronym for Citizens Commission on Human Rights -- is a not-for-profit organization, which was founded in 1969, following the goal of protecting consumers with a special focus on the health sector. They do so by supporting regulations that are in favor of protecting patients as well as by organizing informative events and providing a platform to discuss current healthcare issues. Their recent seminar in Missouri is only one example. Other events, where the Citizens Commission on Human Rights was represented this year, include information booths at the St. Charles Convention Center and at the Working Women's Survival Show. Members of the CCHR come from a variety of backgrounds, from the health industry to legal professions, from artists to businessmen. Many of them joined the organization at a young age with the hopes of making a difference in the lives of as many people as possible, amongst them Matt Argall, a Florida-based entrepreneur.
Matt Argall spent most of his childhood in Canada, where his parents ran a successful chiropractic practice. He later moved to Florida with his family where he soon joined the Citizens Commission on Human Rights International. Even as a teenager Matt was motivated to help others which soon led to him being appointed the organization's treasurer and eventually the president. One of his responsibilities as the treasurer was to communicate with donors, many of which successfully ran marketing companies. Working closely together with them, Matt got a chance to learn from them, gaining knowledge, hoping that he would one day be able to apply this knowledge to his own business endeavors.
And that is exactly what Matt Argall did: Today, he can look back at numerous companies that he successfully founded and ran in a variety of industries, including phone services, gas and electricity industry and a student loan debt consolidation system. His open mind and creativity continuously lead him to explore new business sectors; most recently he has been researching more opportunities in the greeting card industry and gathered information about a potential business model providing water filters to American households. Even today he remembers the lessons he learned back at his time at CCHR and brings them to good use in all of his marketing projects.
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