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Most of us grew up hearing the mantra “Don’t be a quitter,” and we’ve internalized it to the point where we feel guilty even if we don’t finish a book that’s boring us to death. Our parents weren’t entirely wrong in saying that persistence is necessary for success, but sometimes quitting is the most effective… read more

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The most successful people I know make navigating business and life look easy, often because they have their crap together more than most people. They get up early, stay in front of health issues, and are smart about money. They know the value of a good night’s sleep, a restorative vacation, and a well-written book…. read more

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Chronic disease management has become a focus due to CMS reimbursements. Depression is a key cause of the failure of many CCM programs. The Close Association between Depression and Chronic Disease Combating depression can improve the management of chronic diseases. About half of all adults in the United States have one or more chronic diseases,… read more

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Your language shapes the way you approach your goals. The way you speak not only affects how others perceive you; it also has the potential to shape your behavior. Swapping one word for another could make all the difference in how you approach your goals. That’s according to Bernard Roth, a professor of engineering at… read more

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Small-business owners waste their time on what I call $10 an hour work, like running to get office supplies. Meanwhile, they forgo the activities that earn $1,000 an hour, such as sending the right email to the right person, or negotiating a lucrative contract, or convincing a client to do more business with you. Entrepreneurs… read more

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As 2015 comes to a close, Frost & Sullivan experts and thought leaders gather together to predict the top 10 trends to expect during the coming year. 1. Next generation wearables hit a $6 billion market The new generation of “medical” or “clinical wearables” is going to be equipped with more sophisticated sensing, capture and… read more

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There is an outcry in the United States that we’re facing an urgent nurse deficit that threatens the safety of individual patients and the nation’s health as a whole. Consider arguments from two Times editorials. “The nationwide shortage of nurses is likely to reach crisis proportions…. There is not much chance for permanent relief until… read more

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by Richard Branson In this series, professionals share how they embrace the entrepreneurial mindset. See the stories here, then write your own (use #BetheBoss in the post). I’m often asked, “What does it take to be the boss?” It’s a hard question to answer, because in my opinion there are two types of bosses: managers… read more