SMART Task-Setting

“Practice the first page one hand at a time, slowly for 10 minutes every day.”Would you say this is a good task?For those who knows what a “SMART” goal is, you would probably rate it as a pretty smart one. It is “Specific” – there is a specific page; it is sort of “Measurable” – 10 minutes a day; it surely sounds like a reasonably small task that is “Attainable” and somewhat “Relevant”; and it is undeniably “Time-anchored”. Read more

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What's Your Prescription?

Advances in medical sciences are largely the reason behind this steep increase of life expectancy.* And the purpose of medical sciences is unequivocally clear: to prevent or fix health problems. *Behind the healthcare system as we see it is the extensive research universities and medical schools do on illnesses and the human body, as well as the pharmaceutical industry that designs drugs to tackle the deadliest of viruses and bacteria that are forever evolving. Read more

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Slow Practice Works A Little Like Aspirin

it makes you feel better but does not cure your problem by and itself. Doing slow practice is just like walking into a doctor’s office knowing that you have a health problem. Just by sitting there doesn’t get you better. You need a proper examination and diagnosis, so that the best combination of drugs can be prescribed to specifically tackle the virus or bacteria your doctor thinks you may have. Read more

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