My 10 Most Urgent Life Goals
In the book I describe my ten most urgent life concerns. When I look at them I see each as a goal for life change, and also a path to happiness. However, I fear that my minimal memory loss will block me from achieving these life enhancing goals. Might there be a way that I can pursue these ten without fear? What are the means that will energize me to make these ten life goals my true blueprint for living my life in a way that will lead me closer to my most authentic self, and there discover happiness?
As I looked deeply into my concerns, my goals for the remainder of my life, I realized that while I was equipped psychologically, and in formative spiritually, I perhaps had neglected a most important physical essential organ in my body… my brain.
As my body was aging and experiencing the diminishment that aging brings, so was my brain. I realized that I needed to give much more focused attention to my brain if I truly wanted to optimally address my ten life concerns. Without a healthy brain I would be incapable of living my most authentic life.
This is when I seriously began investigating ways to achieve what I needed and wanted for my life. More than that… was I truly equipped to answer God’s call to me in this stage of my life? Was I giving my brain the support it required so it could be my ‘command and operations center’ for the life change and growth that I needed?
That question eventually brought me to write My Memory is Eroding and to consequently begin taking Glory Day Brain Booster. In the book I also thoroughly review the extensive research on the nine ingredients in Glory Day Brain Booster, emphasizing their potential positive effects on memory.
If you have noticed any cognitive changes in you, or someone close to you, or if dementia of any type is in your family, then I invite you to read this
book (link to purchase on Amazon https://home/customer/www/vivolor.com/public_html.amazon.com/My-Memory-Eroding-Reasons-Decided-ebook/dp/B088QPSWD3). And after you do, I would so appreciate it if you would write a short review on Amazon. As a writer I know that a book lives or dies by its’ reviews.
Richard P. Johnson, PhD
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