REVIEW As an ovarian cancer survivor of two years I found this to be a very powerful book. I wish it could be put into the hands of every woman who is newly… Continue reading
… this young woman walked directly in front of my friend’s car. Never looked up, never looked to the left or to the right. This young woman kept her head focused on her device … Pay attention to your senses. Someday it could save your life.
for free … the Observation Journal I used, and still use today, to outlive ovarian cancer – the Observation Journal is what I use today to be a proficient OODA-ler.
… when we are diagnosed with cancer or any debilitating disease or injury, what should we do? Should we continue to live life exactly as we had immediately before the diagnosis or injury?
forward-looking strategies that I believe will make living life better, easier, with fewer stress inducing factors and will be simple to understand.
How many of you are eager to spread the word about your cancer survival? How many of you feel you have a greater purpose in life due to your cancer diagnosis? How many… Continue reading
OODA-ling isn’t just for cancer patients. The effort made to learn and use the OODA loop can help family and friends
Why many support programs don’t work. Cancer support groups have been around for decades. They usually get off to a great start and little-by-little they diminish in attendance and eventually dissolve. It… Continue reading
Are you someone who starts your day with a list of things to do that realistically should be spread over multiple days? Your list gets long. As each day passes, the list gets… Continue reading