Can we inspire people to take action?

by Barry Hill

“Telling and listening to stories is the way we make sense of our lives,” said Dr. Thomas K. Houston, lead author of the study and a researcher at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester and the Veterans Affairs medical center in Bedford, Mass. “That natural tendency may have the potential to alter behavior and improve health.” More from this NYT article here:

As we get ready to publish the Fit After Fifty multimedia eBook, we’re curious to hear your thoughts regarding this concept.  And, do you think we might be on the right track toward implementing it?



If you work in some facet of the healthcare industry–physician, administrator, physical therapist, etc.–we’ve created a special survey for you:  HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL SURVEY.


Thanks for your continued support and interest!  (Military-specific survey coming soon!!)

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