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If all we have is this one precious life, how should we live it every single day? I want you to live your most intentional life. Whether you practice medicine or want to learn what it means to focus on what matters in life, let me help guide you to get there. 

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Write Your Last Chapter

Jul 29, 2022

When faced with a serious illness, we are forced to stop and pivot. We change how we eat, we change how we move through life and how we manage our relationships. What if you made that stop before you got sick? If you are a runner, there are 'rest days' that are intentionally planted in running programs so you avoid...


Jul 11, 2022

In life, we are going to meet a lot of people. As physicians, we will meet many patients along the way. There are many good questions that we can ask which will foster understanding and connection. One question that does neither is "Where are you from?". Today is the 33rd year anniversary of when I permanently moved to...


Jun 11, 2022

I remember when I first heard about hospice, I thought it was only for patients dying of cancer. But then, what about millions of others who are dying a very slow and unseen death of brain failure? What do we do with and for dementia patients? So much of the actual care is carried and delivered by the unsung heros of...


Jun 3, 2022

We were all getting excited for the summer. That's when my daughter came down with COVID. I remember in residency my chief used to say: If it's not one thing it's another. And sometimes it's one another after another. We are confused about our plans when the unexpected happens. What if we used all those bumps and...


May 27, 2022

In light of this week's tragedy of the mass shooting that took place in Texas, I wanted to offer you peaceful advice you can use. 

A starbucks Barista in Uvalde, the city the shooting took place, asked the customer if they were caring for themselves in this time of unimaginable loss. The customer asked the same...