Wednesday, April 21, 2021



High technology careers are typically associated with high pressure and stressful environments. How do technical executives manage their health within pressured environments? Janice Zajchowski, an executive at Oracle, responsible for helping her Fortune 10 accounts gain value from their cloud technology investments, uses health management techniques. Some of her health techniques for the physical aspect of the body include exercising with yoga, bike riding, Pilates, long walks, and weight training. However, there is also an aspect to health that provides for mental fitness. Meditation is one way to address the mind and spirit. Like millions of Americans, Janice begins and ends her day by exercising her soul and mind. Meditation has proven not just to benefit the mind but also the body. The American Journal of Cardiology, through recent studies, has shown that meditations have a lower prevalence of high blood pressure, cholesterol, coronary artery disease, and diabetes. Some forms of meditation, such as self-inquiry, may help you develop a more vital understanding of yourself, helping you grow into your best self and how you relate to those around you. They also found in older volunteers preliminary evidence that multiple meditation styles can increase attention, memory, and mental quickness. One way of improving sleep quality and falling asleep quicker is through mediation because it helps you relax and control runaway thoughts that can interfere with sleep. Meditation does not have to take a long time; one can practice for it just a few minutes in the day. 


 Oracle Corporation, a technology company that offers cloud-focused solutions such as cloud analytics, AI, and the Internet of Things.  Janice Zajchowski, a technology executive for Oracle, has received numerous awards from Oracle as a team leader for the cloud.  

Janice Zajchowski also enjoys volunteering for local organizations that benefit the community.  One organization that is close to Janice's heart is the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy.  The Greenway offers group activities for personal relaxation.  On a beautiful night, one can catch a movie under the city's twinkling lights with a cozy blanket.  The Greenway is also a staple destination for contemporary works to be displayed in downtown Boston.  Boston's public art goal is to provide meaningful experiences, interaction, and dialogue with the art, artist, and others.  The public art vision of Boston is to bring innovative and contemporary art through free and temporary exhibitions.  The Conservancy gives artists unique opportunities to exhibit bold, new work that considers the possibilities of 21st century Boston.

There is also fun for the kids!! The Greenway Carousel is at the Tiffany and Co. Foundation Grove location.  There are 36 seats on the Greenway Carousel, and it is handicap-friendly for adults and youths with physical and auditory disabilities.  All animals on the carousel are native to Boston - harbor seal, owl, rabbit, whale, oarfish, skunk, butterfly, peregrine falcon, grasshopper, squirrel fox, cod, and lobster.   The carousel animals were created by Jeff Briggs from Newburyport, Massachusetts, and inspired by children from Boston schools.

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EXPERIENCE SOUTH AMERICA   Janice Zajchowski has been an Executive in the High Technology Industry for 10+ years. She started her career in ...