Jena S wrote:amazing opportunity... How exciting!! ...I find that an audience often attracts to personal stories, success stories, and simple information... Good luck!!!
slacker wrote:Check out End of Alzheimer's pgs 81-85. The 36 holes are an analogy,...Drae - you continue to amaze! Keep the talk simple. It may be helpful to watch some of Bredesen's short talks
SusanJ wrote:...a good analogy, especially if you point out that some people only have 10 holes to patch and others need to address them all. After using the analogy,... How do I fix this? I've chosen Diet, Lifestyle, Brain Strategies and Labs to Test and Track.... the strategies he lays out in the book can be simplified into groups. I always like to end talks with a call to action.
Wondering wrote:This is very exciting! One suggestion... make sure to include at least one or two negatives or drawbacks. Otherwise, if it's all 100% positive, it comes out sounding like proselytizing. Let us know how it goes.
Anna wrote:... super impressed with all the many ways you have been tackling brain health (possibly the most important being your positive energy!). . . . WOW!
Sara wrote:Hi Drae, Some great ideas above! If you do put together some slides or a handout and want someone to proof it for you don't hesitate to reach out! You will be awesome!
My prayer is this nation will wake up and start living what we can do, not just against Alzheimer's, but for our lives. Reversing diabetes. Taking responsibility for sleep and exercise. Adding to rather than subtracting from our families, communities, nations, world. Me first.
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