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This is a follow-up to last week's post. I wanted to present some tips for incorporating the lessons of The Four Agreements in order to be happier. The First Agreement: Be Impeccable With Your Word. Our words can be used to promote truth and love, or for hate and negativity. We often give little attention to our language and how it affects us and those we interact with. Our words are a reflection of our beliefs but if we can be conscious of what we are saying, we can change our beliefs over ...
Posted on 2017-04-08
What I learned   I Two weeks ago (I'm late again. This was supposed to be done 2 weeks ago - shame on me!) I spent the weekend at a business mastermind meeting with Geoff. (No, neither of us is a mastermind but somehow we were able to sneak in!) All in all, it was a great experience. We learned a lot about different aspects of business but also about ourselves. While traveling, I was also able to finish reading a book called The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz.  There were a lot ...
Posted on 2017-03-28
What is causing me to fall?  The most common question asked.  Well, that’s not always an easy answer, but I’ll address the basics.  Generally there is an impairment or limitation in one of three systems in our body.  These systems include the following: 1.) Vision: Although this system is pretty simple to comprehend, it’s extremely important for balance. The input we receive from our visual field provides critical information as to how to react to our ...
Posted on 2017-03-14
I like to watch movies.  I like to escape reality to an imaginary world, where the good guys win and the underdogs come out on top. I imagine myself in the place of the hero and revel in their ability to sacrifice for the sake of the greater good. One of my favorite movie trilogies is the Dark Night: Batman Begins, The Dark Night and The Dark Night Rises. It is an escape from reality with an underlying message of hope and overcoming obstacles. If we break down each film, we se...
Posted on 2017-02-27
“I didn’t fall.  The floor just needed a hug.”   Well obviously this is a humorous take on falling.  Unfortunately, falling is a common occurrence for a wide range of age groups.  Many individuals believe falling is a “normal” part of aging.  However, falling is generally indicative of a physical impairment or disease process and may lead to serious injuries. According to the National Council on Aging, an older adult is treated in th...
Posted on 2017-02-19
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