In the midst of the non-stop “virus” coverage, I have heard and read several comments about a daily phenomenon that few of us ever think
It wasn’t 20 years ago today. It was probably in September or October. But twenty years ago this Fall, I came down with Rheumatoid Arthritis.
I was watching a movie recently and it struck me that people were panicking when they could choose not to panic.
Everyday, we look at the high priority things and don’t do them because they take time. And since we’re focused on the calendar and the clock, time is so precious that we don’t make time to do what’s important!
One of my favorite rules of life is Slow down, get more done. This is certainly an example of that. In the end, you get a lot more done when you only try to do one thing at a time.
Nothing is important. Um . . . Let me rephrase that: Leaving space in your life for new things is
At one time, we thought the brain was just one thing. Now we know that the brain is more complicated
In my last two blog posts (Part 1 and Part 2), I introduced the reticular activating system (RAS) and talked
There are many fields I wish I had studied more in college. The brain is one of them. Of course,
One of the hardest things to do these days is to unplug. Technology keeps us so connected all the time
I am a firm believer that you must control your schedule, your availability, and your communication. These things are absolutely