Whether you are setting personal goals for weight loss and better health or business goals for getting organized and increasing profit, the key to successful New Years Resolutions is to create a strategic plan. The following steps will guide you through the goal setting and achievement process.
1. Assess Your Starting Point: Take an accurate and detailed assessment of where you are presently Continue reading
Rehabilitation centers for cocaine addicts are centers that offer programs designed to assist the person with the many factors regarding the use of cocaine. Rehab facilities have different programs and each will offer various types or degrees of the addiction. Some will only provide the aftercare for those who have already gone through withdraw and some will provide treatment before, during and after withdraw. The primary Continue reading
Rest easy. I promise to release you from your goal-setting hell. There are only 2 things I will ask of you. The first one is that you defer starting your new year until February.
Yup…let’s use January – this month of rain, snow and darkness to PLAN. Let’s use this month ON PURPOSE to set up our new year. No, it wasn’t enough to just blithely list a bunch of resolutions Continue reading
The addiction to drugs and painkillers has received more publicity after Rush Limbaugh spent a month in rehab for an addiction to painkillers. Celebrities such as Whitney Houston and Faith Evans also were in the news for drug rehabilitation treatment.
Studies at the University of Buffalo have shown that those who fall into addictions often suffer from a tendency for self-blame Continue reading
It is that time of year when those of you who are serious about your future and personal development start at least thinking about next year’s goals, if not putting them in the right format already! Therefore I decided to take this opportunity to urge you to consider the following when setting your new goals. There is the normal way which you have probably been doing for years, which is using any method Continue reading
I started drinking at the age of fifteen. Come on, everyone was doing it right? I drank to to fit in. I drank to feel normal. Isn’t that what we’re always told?
In The Doctor’s Opinion section of the book Alcoholics Anonymous, it says, “Men and women drink essentially because they like the effect produced by alcohol. The sensation is so elusive that, while they admit it is injurious, they cannot after Continue reading
Let’s be truthful. At times, all us tend to value productivity over relationships! It makes us feel good about ourselves, we are in control and don’t have to compromise.
Yet as physician you have been under huge time constraints for a long time. Years of medical school, long hours in the office, time pressures everywhere trained you to be productive, to “get stuff done”.
Unfortunately that Continue reading