Charles F. Glassman, MD, aka CoachMD™, practiced internal medicine for more than thirty years. During this period, he observed that many, if not most, problems for which people seek medical attention stem from the challenges of daily life. Instead of giving a pill to try and make them go away, Dr. Glassman never enjoyed "taking care" of people. Rather he sought to empower individuals with information and guidance so that they can take care of themselves.
Dr. Glassman retired from his private practice in 2019. His goal now is to expose people to transformational health care, turning sickness into health and health into optimal wellness - body, mind, and spirit working as one.
October 16th, 2020 12:00am
Starting up a business can be very intimidating, especially if you’re not financially stable and able to create, stabilize, and maintain the kind of company you envision yourself as a leader. At Finimpact, we tackle problems like this every day, and we answer numerous questions from people who are starting up small and mid-sized businesses. Some developing professionals come to us not knowing what they really want to do with their business ideas, and that’s okay. Because many of our customers are indecisive or unsure of where they want to take their business, we’ve decided to take the initiative to create a list of potential businesses to consider for the upcoming year (2020).Read More
October 5th, 2020 5:50pm
Open Facebook, Twitter, or surf the net and you are bound to found hundreds of articles about narcissists—how to recognize them, how you have been a victim of one, or how to rid them from your life. The information abounds because this particular character trait is among the most toxic.Read More
September 3rd, 2020 12:00am
Most of us tend to neglect it because we were confident that every concern within our oral health is just one toothbrush away. Well, brushing is really helpful but going to your dentist for check-ups will give you new knowledge that you weren’t aware of.Read More
August 20th, 2020 12:00am
With hectic work schedules, thoughtless consumerism, increasing financial burden, we might be slowly losing health, social support, and have deteriorating relationships. We feel that we are not doing well and often wonder what went wrong.Read More