Habit Change: break those nasty habits once and for all! (part 5 of 5)

Habit Change: break those nasty habits once and for all! (part 5 of 5)

Habit change isn’t easy, but specific strategies can certainly make them easier. Research shows that when we make the desired-habit easier to do than not, we raise our rates for successful, long-term habit change dramatically. As obvious as this may sound however, this is not what people tend to do. In fact, most do the exact opposite!

Habit Change: break those nasty habits once and for all! (part 4 of 5)

Habit Change: break those nasty habits once and for all! (part 4 of 5)

The science on habit change tells us that that’s pretty much us: we’re the microorganisms, and our environment is the Petri dish. The above may sound more silly than insightful, but all too often, intelligent people try to thrive in nutrition-deficient Petri dishes. Just as failure to thrive in a Petri dish is less about the mircoorganism than the culture, the same is true for us. So, let’s refocus on you now…

Optimize Your Performance with this Recovery Checklist

Optimize Your Performance with this Recovery Checklist

Whether you’re training for sport, are a physician or entrepreneur edging burnout, this is for you. “Rest and recovery are critical to optimal health and performance. They are also some of the most implementable, yet overlooked strategies. ” Rest vs....
The Physician-Patient Relationship and Burnout

The Physician-Patient Relationship and Burnout

Inability to establish strong doctor-patient relationships as physicians did in the past, is revealing itself to be a main factor of physician burn-out today. Enhancing the physician-patient relationships within our current health care system isn’t easy at the individual physician level, but possibilities still exist.