In a similar way that colon cancer could hurt us and be brewing under the surface, what are the odds that in the professional dimension of my life, the relational dimension of my life, the financial or spiritual dimensions of my life – that I am making choices that are killing me?Dr. Justin Brown
- Some of the healthiest choices we can make are those we would rather debate, delay, or decline.
- There are choices that each of us make every day that are hurting us in one or more dimensions of our lives.
- If there is cancer present in any dimension of life, it can spread to other dimensions as well.
- Healthy choices today not only add years to our lives but also increase the energy and stamina we will have to accomplish our most important goals.
- The twelve dimensions of life are physical, emotional, relational, spiritual, intellectual, professional, financial, personal, sexual, moral, cultural, and recreational.
- Cancer, both in the literal and figurative sense, is easiest to remove before it spreads.
- Schedule an appointment with a doctor to discuss which medical screening tests are recommended for you.
- Implement a monthly rhythm of reviewing your personal mission statement, funeral journal, wedding vows, and any other important documents that remind you of who you want to become.
- Evaluate how you are doing in each of the twelve dimensions of life, and identify one choice that you can make to become healthier in each dimension.
Choose to Hate
Merely wanting things to be different isn’t enough for real change to take place in our lives. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Beau Johnson discuss the powerful secret to lasting transformation.
Get The Vaccine
The COVID-19 vaccine is remarkably safe, incredibly effective, and it gives us hope for the future. In this week’s important and informative episode, Dr. Michael Brown engages in a timely conversation with soon-to-be Dr. Justin Brown about the primary reason this pandemic will soon come to an end.
Take A Walk
There is not a single area of life that is not improved by regular physical activity. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Dr. Tyler Schwanz explore the many benefits of doing the very thing our bodies were made to do.