Arnie Herz of "legal sanity" gets down to brass tax in his "energy management for lawyers" post. You will see a reference in the post to the heart’s role in all this, courtesy of the Law Practice Today post "Meet the Most Powerful Stress Manager: Your Heart"
Find out which graph ought to represent your heart, and why:
Personal: Call me lucky, but a week Saturday, I will be attending my friend Arnie’s workshop in New York where he will be demonstrating his "XE Factor" teaching model, referenced in this blog.
Title of this post: For those who think my grammar has deteriorated, the title of this post is from an old song performed by Eddie Fisher (deceased – former husband of Debbie Reynolds) ). Perhaps the last verse would be of interest in light of the contents of this post and its audience:
You gotta have heart
Miles and miles and miles of heart
Oh it’s fine to be a genius of course
But keep that old horse before the cart
First you’ve gotta have heart