This Dyslexic Entrepreneur Enhances WAH Creativity & Satisfaction Via Perpetual Motion

In past centuries, countless inventors attempted to create a perpetual motion machine. With FluidStance, modern-day entrepreneur Joel Heath has come close to achieving this elusive goal by helping knowledge workers stay in motion while rampaging on their laptops or endlessly scrolling on their phones.

FluidStance’s flagship product created a new category – a skateboard-like deck upon which workers balance while whiling away their workday. Joel has built upon the breakout success of his decks by expanding the definition of ‘fluidity’ to include keeping workers’ minds sharp during their workday. The company now boasts tens of thousands of customers with some of the biggest tech firms working on FluidStance’s

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