Long-Term planning for a healthy and wealthy retirement. We interview Scott Lask and learn a lot about how to be manage our lives after knee surgery.
Motivation is the process that initiates, guides, and maintains goal-oriented behaviors. It is what causes you to act, whether it is getting a glass of water to reduce thirst or reading a book to gain knowledge.
Motivation involves the biological, emotional, social, and cognitive forces that activate behavior. In everyday usage, the term “motivation” is frequently used to describe why a person does something. It is the driving force behind human actions.
Motivation doesn’t just refer to the factors that activate behaviors; it also involves the factors that direct and maintain these goal-directed actions (though such motives are rarely directly observable). As a result, we often have to infer the reasons why people do the things that they do, based on observable behaviors.
We share with you motivational content related to pre-surgery, post-surgery, weight, lifestyle… doing what we can to help you make a knee surgery a big success in your life.
Daily Money Managers help people manage their cashflow, manage their households, pay their bills, handle insurance claims
Podcast host PJ Ewing interviews PT Noah Hyman from First Health Physical Therapy in Manhattan, NYC. Noah takes us through five minute daily stretches that we can all do to help maintain our good health.
Here you are, walking into a new path with your brand new knee!!! How incredibly great is that?!! Some would call it a miracle. It’s definitely a change for the better. What are you looking forward to? What paths are now open to you that may have been closed for years? Any way you slice it…
Life is good, but it wasn’t always easy. In my third year of law school my family and I were displaced by Superstorm Sandy. I fled my family’s ruined home with a few items of clothing and my school supplies.
Maybe you should do something really amazing with your new knee… maybe the Senior Olympics are for you. An interview with Becky Ridky.
I believe you are the author of this book called “Your Life.” If you don’t like what you’re experiencing right now you can create something different. Every choice we make creates our experiences. Keep following the same recipe you will keep getting the same results. We discuss the immensity of you and your 2020 here.
If your feelings of depression and low energy tend to peak in the winter, you may think you are suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), but it could also be something else.
A must-read (or listen) right now! Seven tips that can save you seven lbs. this holiday season. Personal trainer, Sheila Olsen, gives us the tools to stay healthy during the upcoming fun at the end of 2019.
I must admit there was a certain amount of competition as I was motivated to beat my wife’s record of progress on the X10! I combined warming the muscles prior to exercise and following up with ice to reduce swelling.