Are you aging proactively or reactively?
To be proactive means to take control of your life, work, relationships, etc. Whereas to be reactive means responding to things as they happen and letting life, work, relationships, etc. take control of you. In this episode, Dr. Armstrong and Corbin Bruton share insights on being proactive versus reactive, how being proactive prepares us to react to changes in our circumstances, and what this means for…well…aging.
Article referenced in this episode:
"Proactive vs Reactive (Be Proactive)"
Productive Procrastination (Procrastinate on Purpose by Rory Vaden)
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