What would you do if your doctor said that you would most likely die in the next few years if you didn’t change your health habits? Most of us believe that we could change if our lives were on the line. But the sobering reality is that nine out of ten people just can’t make the changes that can save their lives. A book titled “Change or Die” by Alan Deutschman offers up a number of studies that prove this reality. But the book also explores what works and this is what today’s blog is about.
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