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The combination of a patient who does not speak well and a doctor who does not listen well is clearly a train wreck waiting to happen. No reason for fault finding, it is what it is. Part of my daily … Continue reading

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Help is on its Way

Yes, I should be grateful. I am grateful. Another trip to Houston for a followup consult and a plan is in place. This afternoon I got a call from Home Health Care and a 5 day IV steroid regimen will … Continue reading

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Change of Priorities with CIDP

I have committed to once again do yoga on a daily basis. I have read a couple of books in the past that enumerate several benefits – one was Scott Eblin’s book Overworked and Overwhelmed. Scott was diagnosed with MS … Continue reading

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Finding the name

Up until just recently I had never heard of CIDP. I had suspected that I had neuropathy for several months but my doctor insisted that I was too young. I had only had issues with my feet, but one morning … Continue reading

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Why Micromanagement Is Really a Trust Issue (and What to Do About It) | Eblin Group

https://eblingroup.com/blog/micromanagement-is-a-trust-issue/

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Is Repetition Enough?

I have read books and listened to several blogs that discuss methods for developing good habits. The window for repetition generally is twenty to thirty days. The thought process is that after repeated behavior changes, we either drop our old … Continue reading

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First Things First by Stephen R. Covey

Step two: Identify your roles. Pain in life comes from neglect in one or more roles due to the neglect from focus on other roles. The ideal balance isn’t from spending time in each role, but from utilyzing roles to … Continue reading

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The Effective Manager

Reading the Effective Manager by Mark Horstman Does 4 things: Gets to know your people. Communicates about performance. Pushes work down. Asks for more. Know your people through one on ones. Single most do as manager to improve – get … Continue reading

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Article: The Science Of Gratitude And Why It’s Important In Your Workplace

The Science Of Gratitude And Why It’s Important In Your Workplace http://flip.it/S9tU3r Many studies also on the health benefits. 

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Sustainability 

http://www.agile-doctor.com/2016/08/16/agile-processes-promote-sustainable-development/ Wonderful case for four legged stool: scope, resources, schedule and quality. Scope and resource seems to be easiest –  we seem to always struggle with the balance on schedule and quality. Schedule seems to primarily be an assumption of those … Continue reading

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