One good idea can change your life.
The simpler it is, the better.
You could stop reading here—now that you’ve read those two powerful truths. They’re true for everyone and especially for caregivers. But if you leave, then you’ll miss the proof I want to share with you today.
Why does simplicity matter? We are busy people with multiple balls in the air. We all love hearing about good ideas that we can implement immediately—it doesn’t matter what generation you may be a part of. WeAreCaregivers.com is all about sharing ideas like this. That’s why so many people read my recent column on how to talk to a sick friend or last week’s column in which I asked for ideas on how to help folks with little-known disorders. We want to help each other—one good idea at a time.
Case in point, have you seen the latest viral video? It’s on “How to Properly Use a Paper Towel.” I watched—and the words “Shake” and “Fold” have a whole new meaning! Seriously—I’m never going to dry my hands the same way again.
One viewing. I’m changed.
Take a minute to watch and tell me if it won’t change you as well. After you’ve seen the video, please leave a comment. Do you have an idea you’d be willing to share? Come on—leaving a comment only takes a moment.
PLEASE, leave a comment below—even if it’s just a quick reaction. AND, this week, Dr. Wayne Baker also is discussing “one thing” with readers in the OurValues project.