There is a Type 2 Diabetes clinical trial going on right now where the research study is evaluating a new investigational medicine for people with type 2 diabetes, who are not currently on any diabetes medication. The study medicine is being evaluated to see if it can improve the management of type 2 diabetes by reducing blood sugar levels.
See I decided to get myself healthy. Huh, you say? That’s right, I decided to get healthy at 60. Is that too late? IO don’t think so, but some people think so. I’m out to prove these people dead wrong.
This is not a diet. There are no special drinks that guarantee weight loss. You don’t have to drink green tea if you don’t like it. There was no real exercising except for standing up and walking around my home during the day. You just have to remember 3 key words. We will get to them in a second.
See, the thing is I do not like to-do lists. I look at them as seeing my failures for a day. Think about this for one second. You make up 10 things you want to accomplish today. While doing them emergencies pop-up and other to-do things that you just remembered and you end up not finishing the original list. You feel like crap and add what you didn’t get done to the list tomorrow. Only to fail again.
What I am about to share with you was what I observed after 20 years working with people from all walks of life to come up with a way to help others accomplish their goals. A way to take pieces of other motivational speakers and turn those ideas into ideas you can call your own because you design them to fit you not anyone else.
Well, I came up with 3 words or tips for my list for improved health. I came up with these by actually following them and seeing the change in my own health which I will post here.
I watched a TEDX talk the other day by James Altucher which gave me some great ideas and one idea stuck out in particular. That idea is what I am going to share with you today and in the future on this blog.
Okay, I made my declaration for 2015 and beyond. I will not grow old. So I’m 60 and I was told I am past my prime. Now I want to know how do they figure my prime age? Are they using prime numbers such as….