What Amazon's Philosophy Has To Do With Your Health

“We are stubborn vision. We are flexible on details.” -Jeff Bezos

This philosophy of Jeff Bezos that drives the culture at Amazon is a huge reason behind their success. By keeping the overall vision in mind and not getting too caught up in the details they consistently grow as a business.

If you don’t feel you are living your healthiest potential, adopting this philosophy may just be the thing you’ve been missing.

If you’ve been searching for some secret to optimal health for years but feel like you just haven’t found the right thing yet, you might be too focused on the details and not enough on the big picture.

Most of us easily fall into this trap, losing sight of our purpose and our why when it comes to our health.

If you want to be healthier, focus instead on being flexible about the details of how achieve it.

 

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Video: Health Goal Setting, Find Your WHY and Adjust Your Mindset

 

One of the first steps we take with new clients is helping them set goals for health success.

We tend to see some common health goal pitfalls that we help our clients navigate by doing a little planning before they adopt new health habits. 

Our first steps, as described in the video above, are to start with a WHY in mind and to adjust a potential fixed mindset to a growth mindset. 

Check out our blog post with details for more of these first steps.

 

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For Better Health, Focus on Habits Rather Than Goals

“Losers have goals, winners have systems” -Scott Adams

Be honest with yourself... do you have a health goal-setting system that is actually working for you? 

Most of us fall into the trap of setting goals based on outcomes rather than focusing on the habits that help us achieve outcomes, particularly when it comes to our health.

We focus on the results rather than the processes.

An important component of my interactions with people as a physical therapist is to discuss and agree upon goals for the course of care. By goals, I mean what they are hoping to be able to do with the help of physical therapy. When I ask people what they want as an end result, most will tell me to be able to participate in hobbies like travel, dancing, or fishing without pain or having the energy to keep up with their grandchildren. These focus on quality of life rather than health metrics, such as pounds lost, blood sugar levels, or blood pressure readings.

However, when most people write...

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