The curious case of tomorrow
This may come as a shock to learn that (as reported here - and there are many similar reports, just Google them):
Fewer than 1 in 100 stroke survivors met all seven heart-health goals identified by the American Heart Association. And just 1 in 5 met four of those goals.
James Clear wrote the other day:
If you'd like to do something bold with your life, you will have to choose to do something bold on a specific day. There is no perfect day. There is no right time. For the trajectory to change, there has to be one day when you simply make the choice.
So, I really wonder, how sick and tired of something we need to be in order to change that something for the better?
Instead of waiting for tomorrow, why not start today?
This is why I write these 'daily thoughts' posts.