Tag Archives: What would you do ?

Alzheimer’s Patients deserve Execution

The headline jumped out at me like a bright neon elephant in print: “Dementia Argument Delays Execution.” Dementia and execution are two words that should never be placed in the same sentence. The associated press had my attention. I settled … Continue reading

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Pleasantly Plump

My wife has put on a few pounds, to the extent that it is probably not good for her long-term health. My wife is attractive, takes good care of herself, and has no current health problems, but I am concerned … Continue reading

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The Long Con

My “What Would You Do?” seminars are filled with tough, thought provoking clinical issues. So, I was happily surprised to find the anecdote below in my bin. It is one I will share with my students, but I would also … Continue reading

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Keys to Success

There is no substitute for hard work, determination, and keeping the end goal in sight. But collaborating with talented people and being nimble is the only way to surmount all roadblocks – Lauren Elias Surround yourself with good mentors. Build … Continue reading

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