About 1.9 million people a year have open heart surgery. Johns Hopkins University, notorious for pioneering open heart surgery, did a 10 year study on patients who undergo open heart surgery. Fast Company did an article on this study in 2005 and subsequently, author Alan Deutschman wrote the book, Change or Die. In the study. they found that essentially genetics did not play a role in the need for this expensive, intensive surgery. Instead it had everything to do with behaviors.
Watch my next video and see some amazing information on changes that take place when it’s a matter of life and death.
I can give you the formulas for success to change, but I can’t give you the drive and the ambition to want to change. People do the same things over and over and over again and expect a different result. Situations don’t improve, you improve. It’s all about changing, or it’s all about the death of you.