Six Lessons From Our Six Years

As we celebrate our sixth year of servicing the South Florida community we reflect on the positive impact we have had on our clients and their families, and the lessons they’ve imparted on us.

We would like to share some of these invaluable lessons with you:

Tend to the issues of today, so we can celebrate tomorrow

As we undergo preparations for the future, we often sacrifice the present. All too often, loved ones will forego tending to current issues because of the greater risks that are down the line. It is important for us to recognize the problems of today, so we can have a much brighter future.

Listen carefully to your loved ones wishes

While we all have a clear idea of what may be the best for our loved ones, we must always listen to their thoughts and wishes on the matter.  Throughout the day take a step back and actively listen to the ones you love.

Talk to everyone, you don’t know what they can bring to the table

Be it in business, medicine, or care-giving, some of the best ideas come from where you would least expect it. Everyone has something to add.

Maintain your relationship with your loved ones

We all know, life has a habit of getting in the way of the important things in life. Throughout the week, set a time on your calendar to call and see your loved ones. Such interactions will make their week and are a great chance to reconnect.

Life is short, make each day count

Our clients, all of whom come from different walks of life, all agree on this one point. They tell us throughout our visits, “don’t waste any of your days”, and it is something we have all taken to heart.

Never underestimate the power of a smile

Countless studies have pointed to the very power of a smile. The most internationally recognized sign of happiness is also contagious. We see our fair share of rough days, but when we come in equipped with a smile, the whole situation is enhanced immediately.

Be sure to keep your mind and body active

So much of what we do today will impact our aging process. Now is the time to get a hobby that you will stick with for the rest of your days.

As we continue to grow, we look forward to learning more from our clients and servicing the community in any way we can.

Categories: Aging, On this day