In these videos every week, I offer the “whats” and the “hows” of better brain health to people with mild cognitive impairment.
But I can’t give you the “why.” Only you can supply the why.
And that matters, because having one really good “why” can be more powerful than a hundred whats or hows.
In this video, I share with you the touching story of Cheryl, and the power of her “why.” I hope it inspires you find your own why — that all-important sense of purpose that can help motivate you to achieve your goals.
P.S.: In this video, I mention a private Facebook group for people with MCI that I belong to. It’s a welcoming, supportive group where people can confidentially ask questions, share their concerns and offer each other comfort and support. It’s for people with MCI and their loved ones, and if you’re not already a member, you can ask to join the group by going here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1558323031164795/