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The Value of a ‘Vision Board’ and Reaching Your Goals

The power of having a ‘Vision Board’ in reaching your goals and the lessons I learned from what I call the “TV COVID chase” – crazy story. A little like If You Give A Mouse A Cookie. Give it a watch! Ancil LeaAncil Lea has been at the intersection of healthcare and software technology since the late 1980s — from the earliest medical billing and scheduling systems to today’s patient engagement via smart phones, wearables, websites, connectivity, etc. Over the years, he’s worked with more than 2,000 hospitals, medical clinics, and outpatient surgery centers to help them make the best decisions regarding medical software and technology solutions. ancillea.com

thanksgiving for healthcare

A Thanksgiving for healthcare

Notice: This article first appeared as an Opinion in Talk Business & Politics, November 2015 On the topic of health, one of my heroes, Zig Ziglar once said, “You don’t pay the price for good health. You pay the price of poor health. You enjoy the benefits of good health.”   I’ve spent the bulk of my 27-year career in the healthcare industry (hard to believe), and today it’s an industry caught up in overwhelming change. The technology solutions and services my company offers are all great, but sometimes we miss what healthcare really is — “care for health” — until we’re the ones seeking care. This is the time of year for high school football playoff games. The air is crisp, and it’s perfect jacket weather, sometimes a coat, even here in the south. Good times! Three years ago, almost to the day, I traveled to Hot Springs to watch …

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A rich life

A rich life … it’s not what you think

Notice: This article first appeared as an Opinion in Talk Business & Politics, August 2018 Earlier in the spring, I was asked to speak at a healthcare technology leadership conference. I ended my talk to this meeting with this quote: “And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.” It’s from the Beatles song “The End.” I sang the first part of it, and nobody ran out the door. The point I was trying to make was that serving and caring for others will mean the most to you in having a very rich, full life. Now and in the end. Since college, I’ve been involved in and serving on boards and working with nonprofit organizations that care for children who have been abused or neglected, through no fault of their own. Within the past several months, we’ve become a foster home for a …

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