How To Overcome Information Overload
For The Cancer Patient and The Caregiver!
Information overload is extremely hard to deal with. Most cancer patients and their caregivers, once they get over the initial shock of the diagnosis, tend to get really excited and relieved when they begin researching their specific type of cancer, and discover all of the available information, treatment modalities, resources, groups, centers and organizations available to them. Soon however, that initial relief and excitement becomes frustration, anxiety, panic, and eventually a foreboding sense of overwhelm due to information overload. ~~~~~
Unfortunately all too often, for both the patient and the caregiver, it all becomes just way too exhausting trying to decide which program to follow, who to listen to, what treatment to embrace, which center to visit, what group to join, etc. So, in desperation and overwhelm, they give up the search, and settle for following the "doctor's orders!" ~~~~~
Information overload results from constant researching and learning, and never taking that information and implementing it. Or from only dabbling in one treatment or another too briefly to experience any significant results. In any aspect of life, dabblers rarely achieve any degree of success. And it's just as true on the cancer journey. ~~~~~
Overcoming information overload doesn't have to be difficult. The best way to overcome all of that information overload and overwhelm is to immediately stop all further research. You have enough already! ~~~~~
Now get out a notebook and a pen. Take each piece of information, about a specific treatment, a program, a nutritional or herbal product, a treatment facility, a cancer organization, a cancer group, etc., and one by one, using one page per item, write the PRO's and the CON's for each. ~~~~~
With this information in hand, you can now go through your notes, weighing all of the pros and cons against each other, until you have eliminated most of the "stuff" you have collected that resulted in your sense of information overload. ~~~~~
Now the essential step is to settle on one program and follow it exclusively for a defined period of time. As I previously said, dabblers never see any kind of consistently positive progress. ~~~~~
However, as a cancer patient or caregiver, when selecting a program or a coach to work with, it's critical to evaluate what and who is available based on credibility, experience, and depth of understanding of cancer and the various treatments. And there is no question that someone who has been down the road of dealing with cancer personally, as either the patient or the caregiver, personally or professionally, or both would be a wise choice. ~~~~~
So on that note, I'm going to do a little bit of shameless self-promotion. The fact is that I've been where you are, as a patient, a survivor, now a thriver, and a caregiver, both personally and professionally. ~~~~~
As a result, I created a very simple, yet comprehens ive, program, based on my own experience, personally, and professionally with t housands of patients and seminar attendees over the past 23 years. It has afforded me incredible health, vitality, and unstoppable energy! It has done the same for my patients and clients. And it can do the same for you. ~~~~~
To read more about it and to listen to brief audio clip (scroll a bit down the page), click here: Kick Cancer In The Can™ Total Health Toolkit ~~~~~
IMPORTANT NOTE: For a very limited time - until midnight on the 20th or 21st (due to tech issues we've briefly extended the deadline) - we're basically giving the program away for a ridiculously low investment. So make the decision to get out of information overload, and get serious about taking the right action today. Follow one cancer program through to completion. Why not make it: Kick Cancer In The Can™ Total Health Toolkit. ~~~~~
And to hear a recent call with Dr Joyce click here: 5 Steps You Can Take Today to Prevent or Overcome Cancer
Dr Marilyn Joyce, The Vitality Doctor™
PS: Can you share one time you found yourself in complete overwhelm due to information overload? Leave your comments below.
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