5 Things To Boost Health Outcomes

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, our healthcare system is crumbling. The costs have skyrocketed, getting appointments with your doctors is much harder, the best doctors are leaving medicine (because they are fed up with all the changes), and at the end of the day, the current healthcare…

Slipping Into Ordinary?

Whether you are trying to improve your relationships, your finances, your health, or your business, the principles for improvement and mastery are the same. One of the reasons I read books, listen to podcasts, go to seminars, and try to surround myself with successful, on-purpose individuals is because the tips, principles and strategies that create…

Can’t Patent The Basics

With all the advancements in technology, state of the art medical tools, and the information we’ve uncovered these past few decades, you would think we would be bursting at the seams with abundant and ever-improving health. Quite the opposite is happening.  The health of our population is plummeting. Roughly 60% of adults in this country…

How Much Longer???

Everyone can relate to the kid in the back seat of a long car ride, throwing his or her head back, sighing deeply, and asking (often for the 7th, 8th, or 15th time)… How much longer? I think anyone reading this can relate, as either the parent that has heard it over and over, or…

Be A Strong Squirrel

We’ve all been driving, seen a dead squirrel on the side of the road, lying in a swarm of flies. If I told you that the flies chased the squirrel, attacked it, and killed it, you would think I was ridiculous. Everyone knows that flies are no match for a squirrel. To be more specific,…

Easy Vs. Simple

Words are very powerful. Our brains hear words and apply not just meaning to those words, but visions and emotions as well. Once our minds associate words to things, it often dictates how we move forward. Some words are empowering, others are paralyzing. Some elicit excitement, others instill fear, weakness, or disgust. Many words are…

The Three T’s

I recently read that depression and anxiety have increased 25% since 2020. Almost half of our population is obese, with childhood obesity reaching epidemic numbers. And an estimated 38% of Americans use prescription painkillers on a regular basis to deaden ongoing physical pain. It is clear to anyone looking that we are headed in the…

Rethinking Healthcare

Chronic disease continues to skyrocket, children are becoming sicker and sicker, and our healthcare system is crumbling. Some would say we need to spend more money, but our country spends far more than other countries on healthcare, yet lands at the bottom of the list when we compare health outcomes. Some would say we need…

Creating More Value

I was riding in the car with my oldest daughter, Emma, when she was about thirteen years old. We would often have long drives in the car together as we traveled to her soccer games. I would try to utilize that time to influence her thinking and plant seeds to help her succeed in life.…