Do you ever completely blow off your commitments to your supervisor or co-workers for no good reason? Probably not very often, right?
On the other hand, how often do you make a promise to yourself
, like an earlier bedtime, a new exercise routine, or finally making that MD appointment, and then blow off…
Routines are like mental butlers. Once you have a routine in place, then the mental processes that make the behavior happen take place automatically.
— Michael McCullough
I recently finished leading one of my six-week online courses. Happily, I achieved one of my personal health goals for the course — to become measurably less anxious. …
The key is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities.
Choose four “big rocks” (high priority action items) that you could put in your schedule on a regular basis to support your healing. Check out my previous post Take Charge Day 24: Put First Things First
Information is a source of learning. But unless it is organized, processed, and available to the right people in a format for decision making, it is a burden, not a benefit.
If you feel like you are drinking from a fire hose with all the health information coming at you, you are…
The ideal doctor-patient relationship is like a meeting of two “experts.”
—Dr. Paul Haidet
I love today’s quote. The doctor is an expert on the medical information she has studied. You are an expert on your own health, personal circumstances, and any additional information you have learned about your health condition. To get all…