In my last post I asked where thoughts came from, and introduced the concept of what I called ‘MetaThinking’ – the process of thinking about your thinking.
I also talked about the fact that “…our thoughts drive our actions – for better or worse”.
What I want to ask in this post is…
…wouldn’t it be better if it was for better?
Continue reading “Don’t Regret – Reframe!”
This sounds like the kind of children’s question familiar to all parents “Daddy where does the sky come from?
But I am asking this ‘thought question’ seriously – grown up to grown up! Continue reading “Where do Thoughts come from?”
This is the second post relating my recent conversations about ‘Usual’ vs ‘Successful’ Aging with a group of older adults. I was comparing what ‘usually’ happens with strength to what can happen … and what actually does happen with persons in their ‘second fifty years’ who regularly participate in a strength training program. As I said in my previous post, I spent some time talking to members of the audience after the talk, and we discussed a number of important points relating to active, healthy aging. I wanted to share the rest of these with you in this second post.
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I was talking the other day about some interesting statistics relating to strength and aging, during a presentation I was giving on ‘Usual’ vs ‘Successful’ Aging. The focus of my talk was to compare what ‘usually’ happens with strength to what can happen. More importantly, I wanted to talk about what actually does happen with persons who intentionally set out to increase their strength through a regular program of strength training. After the talk, I spent some time with members of the audience and we discussed a number of important points relating to active, healthy aging. I wanted to share these with you over the next two posts.
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Continue reading “‘Can Do’ conversations”