Your brain was made by others, look at your wiring. It’s YOUR brain- get your brain wired the way YOU want!!
There is nothing more stimulating than using our brain in a new way. Our brains get wired with each task and each thought. We either wire a new pathway or we add wires to an existing pathway. When we were younger we laid new wires all the time, learning new skills, socializing, being “trained” in behaviors by parents, teachers and other adults in our life. We were the passive recipients of their values, mores and expectations. Did we have a choice? When we were very young, our brains just took it all in and learned.
Here at MOST LIFE we cover one of our eight themes each week. This week we cover “S” for Speaking!
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In life we must Speak, we also have an almost endless voice inside that at times won’t “shut up!” OK… I don’t like to say those words, but geesh, can’t that inner voice just take a breath? Well, that is exactly what you need to do to quiet your inner voice. Take a few deep breaths! Slowing the breathing down, slows the inner voice down.
What to do next? What is the inner voice saying?
Here at MOST LIFE we cover one of our eight themes each week. This week we cover “T” for Togetherness!
I was going to write a newsletter explaining the obvious virtues of team and Togetherness, I really am passionate about all that. But, then it struck me, the entire thing about teams working so well, is leadership and vision and achieving something Together feels really GOOD!
That’s why we care about teams, because when we do something Together it FEELS great! Teams need good leadership and vision and that’s how I know our featured interviewee this week- she is a leader I looked up to in the organization I recently left,
This week on the “Ahead of the Curve” series we are featuring a great leader and someone who answers “YES!” to the question, “Are you living it?”
Barbara Blevins, President of Integrated Operations at TeamHealth is one who knows Living, she describes her passion for teams and accomplishing big things with people at the center of it all! Isn’t that what Living is all about??
Are You LIVING your MOST LIFE !?
Here at MOST LIFE we cover one of our eight themes each week. This week we cover “L” for Living!!
Entertaining can take on many forms. It can be a simple dinner with friends that you add a few elements of flair or it can be a full out party with a band or DJ.
We enjoy entertaining and being with others because we are social beings. Coming together is essentially human and necessary. So, why not make plans, make them fun and make them interesting!
Why is entertaining others beneficial to me?
Creating fulfillment is an essential part of Living. By entertaining others we fulfill many parts of our lives;
This week on the “Ahead of the Curve” series we feature, Barbara Blevins, President of Integrated Operations at TeamHealth.
Barbara Blevins in how she pulled a team Together to make care better for those who deserve more! Listen as President of Integrated Operations at TeamHealth describes a turning point in her career, when the pressure was on for her to save a hospital caring for the mentally disadvantaged!
This week on the “Ahead of the Curve” series we feature, Paul Frankenberg, owner and partner of Focus Search Partners.
He has been recruiting top talent in healthcare firms for over 20 years and knows a few things about the right Speaking skills and how one can stand out! Welcome to the “Ahead of the Curve” series, Paul. We look forward to your insights and inspiration!
This week on the “Ahead of the Curve” series we feature, Anne McGeorge a National Managing Partner in Health Care and runs Grant Thornton.
Anne is a woman who knows how to work within Organizations, her own and those of her client’s. She shares her secrets to success with us on how to leverage your internal and external Organizations. She clearly knows a thing or two about that, having been named “Woman Extraordinaire” by Business Leader magazine and one of Charlotte’s “Most Influential Women” by the Mecklenburg Times! She is here to share her insights!
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Here at MOST LIFE we cover one of our eight themes each week. This week we cover “O” for Organization
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This week we use Organization as a noun, not a verb. Whether you are in the workforce or not we all live in Organizations. The first Organization we all grew up in was our family. Then we were off to school to succeed in that Organization. If we were lucky enough the next step was/is an Organization called work or, perhaps you started your own family. Either way these Organizations thrive by a few key elements in common that you participate in.
Here at MOST LIFE we cover one of our eight themes each week.
This week we cover “M” for Meaning
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Get into a NEW HABIT– one of Gratitude
Do you control your habits or do your habits control you?
Habits are repeated actions. They embed in our mind (and body) when we add emotions and physical movement. The powerful addition of thoughts, action and emotions is what creates our character through habits. This is a powerful formula to understand and we can control it. But, many of us do not control this powerful mix that adds up to our habits.