New Year, New You

"Five, four, three, two, one!" Sound familiar? For most of you readers, this familiar countdown probably brings to mind that ever-so-nostalgic house party with your BFFs; or maybe that passionate midnight kiss you shared with your high school sweetheart; and for you animal lovers, that cuddle session with your reliable Golden Retriever should do the trick. What do these all have in common, you may ask? Three words: New Year's Eve. And what goes together with that? Three more words: New Year's Resolutions. As we're all getting situated with 2014's inception, many of us are fervently attempting to follow through with our lofty resolutions. Whether it's hitting the gym or eating more veggies, the first week of the new year is always the perfect time to transform your image so bystanders will be mistaking you for David Beckham. Interestingly though, as surveys show, the top three resolutions for most people don't actually involve aesthetic goals; rather, internal goals take the cake. Things like harvesting more confidence, gaining more self-esteem, and being a superstar public speaker. What if I told you that all three of these could be achieved fairly easily? That they only require a single change in your life? Are you interested yet? Keep on reading, you're in for a treat.

The secret weapon is changing your posture! According to a recent study in the European Journal of Social Psychology, researchers discovered that bad posture was associated with significantly lower levels of confidence, optimism, and even general happiness. An experiment was performed where two groups of people were asked to go through a job interview; the first group was asked to sit in a plastic chair while the second group was asked to sit in an ergonomic one. The results revealed that the second group willingly and firmly talked about their key strengths and abilities, while the first group was way less willing to do so. The conclusion was simple: the ergonomic chair was extremely back-friendly, which increased posture and general confidence, while the plastic chair was hard and inflexible, which caused posture to slump and confidence to drop. It's really that simple, and Beverly Hills Chairs will help you conquer your resolutions like you've never seen before. Here at Beverly Hills Chairs, we provide high end, top notch, and state of the art Herman Miller chairs for both office and personal use that are not only ergonomic, but aesthetic as well. Equipped with a one-of-a-kind mesh that aligns with the curvature of your spine along with beautifully fluid back and forth motions, these chairs naturally correct your posture in a comfortably easy way and also act as a beautiful addition to the interior decor of your home, plus, imagine how sophisticated it would sound to tell someone that you own a Herman Miller chair? Whether it's sleek black, vanilla white, or even chrome, a Beverly Hills Chair will not disappoint and guarantee that you will transform into a new person, one who walks and talks with an air of unmatched confidence. No classes, no lectures. All you have to do is literally sit back and relax! So stop prolonging your resolutions and waiting until next year (again). Get yourself a Beverly Hills Chair today, and see the results for yourself.

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