Went to school 8 long and hard years at North Texas and The University of Texas, Hook'em Horns. Practiced 35 years as a Health Professional. Worked for Uncle Sam as Capt, USAF, during Viet Nam era. I finally retired last year to write & enjoy life.
Besides writing I enjoy hunting, computers, reading, and drowning worms in my new bass boat.
Sometime I enjoy doing nothing.
"Hey Joe, what are you doing today?"
"Nothing, absolutely nothing".
"But that's what you did yesterday".
"Yes, but I didn't get finished."
You might enjoy my e-books, which are listed on my website: www.doctorjoesite.com
1. "In Your Dreams - Dream analysis and comprehension."
2. "Best Way to Handle any Problem in Life".
3. "Cut Smoking in half".
*Books available here on Smashwords in different formats and at Amazon Kindle and Barnes and Noble.
How were we taught to handle problems?
We were not.
What do we do when a problem arises?
Worry and then procrastinate.
What method do we use to handle problems?
Trial and error, usually.
Not a very effective approach to problem solving, huh? I promise there's a much better way. Valuable knowledge to possess, so consider buying it.