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    How to Get Smarter and Happier by This Time Next Year How to Get Smarter and Happier by This Time Next Year

    How to Get Smarter and Happier by This Time Next Year

How to Get Smarter and Happier by This Time Next Year

I’ve noticed the things that overwhelm us during the holidays are really no different from what stresses us out the rest of the year.  They’re actually amped-up versions of two life dilemmas we wrestle with any time of year: 

“Person A, B, or C (or all of the above) is driving me crazy with their…  Can you […]

By |December, 24th, 2018|Dilemma, Happiness, Intelligence, Relationships, Stress, Success, Uncategorized|Comments Off on How to Get Smarter and Happier by This Time Next Year
  • How to Succeed in the Business of Medicine How to Succeed in the Business of Medicine

    How to Succeed in the Business of Medicine

How to Succeed in the Business of Medicine

As a baby boomer, mine is the last generation to-date to approach our careers, financial prospects and life in general with the assumption that we will do better than our parents.  (more…)

By |February, 16th, 2018|Healthcare Professionals, Medical Profession, Success, Uncategorized|Comments Off on How to Succeed in the Business of Medicine
  • Do This Before You Make Any New Year’s Resolutions Do This Before You Make Any New Year’s Resolutions

    Do This Before You Make Any New Year’s Resolutions

Do This Before You Make Any New Year’s Resolutions

I stopped doing New Year’s resolutions a few years ago. So why am I back at it again? Because I do something else first. (more…)

  • Learning From Our Worst Conversations [video] Learning From Our Worst Conversations [video]

    Learning From Our Worst Conversations [video]

Learning From Our Worst Conversations [video]

Some conversations just don’t go very well. You know the ones — you were completely blindsided by someone or totally lost it yourself.

 

Conversations are not what we think they are. On the surface it may look like we’re engaging in a simple “ask and tell” trading of information, but neurological and cognitive research reveals something very different. From […]