You’ve Got to Improve Yourself…You are the Moves You Make

Move yourself, you always live your life, never thinking of the future.  Prove yourself you are the moves  you make, take your chances win or lose them. See yourself, you are the steps you take.

Scene from The Breakup- Owner of a Lonely Heart

Who doesn’t love that scene from The Break Up?

September is Self-Improvement Month,  focusing on personal improvement will make you a more effective allied healthcare provider.

  1. Meet your own physical needs. Eat a balanced and nutritious diet, exercise regularly, and get the sleep your body needs. These behaviors will prevent illness, increase energy, and improve concentration. These are small things that make a large impact.
  2. Be mindful of your mental state and develop a means of stress relief. Yoga, meditation, even a bubble bath can be just the thing you need to unwind.  Eliminate clutter and trim the unnecessary from your life. When we simplify, we are able to devote more attention to the things that matter most.
  3. Read scholarly journals and periodicals to stay informed. Continuing education is important. Other options can be less formal, like joining a group of professionals from your field. Meeting with peers is a great way to discuss ideas. 

Self-improvement looks different to each person. Take time to identify key areas that your life requires attention in, to continue performing at the top of your game. Helping others is the career path you’ve chosen; sometimes the best way to help other people is to take care of yourself.

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