SAN DIEGO, CA — The use of cannabidiol (CBD) products for the treatment of either a specific health condition or for general well-being is becoming prevalent among the general public, according to survey data published in the journal Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research. Researchers at San Diego State University and at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon […]
Acknowledging that his previous opposition to marijuana legalization was being undercut by popular opinion and the spread of legalization in nearby states such as Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) in January called for an assessment of the possible impact of legalizing the herb in the state. The state Health Department […]
ASBURY PARK, NJ — By a margin of three to one, Americans say that booze is more dangerous than is marijuana, according to a nationwide Rasmussen Reports poll. Forty-six percent of respondents perceived alcohol to be more dangerous than marijuana, versus only 15 percent of respondents who said that cannabis is most dangerous. Thirty percent of […]
Pennsylvania’s medical cannabis law created an Advisory Board to make recommendations to the Department of Health. The Board is comprised of medical professionals, law enforcement representatives, patient advocates and appointees from the majority and minority parties. Pursuant to section 1201(f) the Board “shall have the power to prescribe, amend and repeal bylaws, rules and regulations […]
NEW YORK, NY — Most Americans believe that consuming cannabis poses fewer harms to health than does the consumption of tobacco, alcohol, or sugar, according to the findings of a nationwide Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll. Respondents were asked which of the four substances they believed to be “most harmful to a person’s overall health.” Most respondents […]
DENVER, CO — The Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) this week announced 12 total awards to communities to support behavioral health and law enforcement partnerships in collaboration with CDHS’ Office of Behavioral Health. The awards will fund two distinct initiatives—Co-Responder Programs and Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD). Eight communities will implement Co-Responder Programs designed to divert […]
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND — Use of the naturally occurring cannabinoid CBD(cannabidiol) possesses no likely abuse potential and should not be subject to international drug scheduling restrictions, according to recommendations issued this week by the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Expert Committee on Drug Dependence. Stated WHO: “Recent evidence from animal and human studies shows that its use could have some therapeutic value for […]
The use of the naturally occurring cannabinoid CBD is safe, well tolerated, and is not associated with any significant adverse public health effects, according to the findings of a preliminary report compiled by the World Health Organization’s Expert Committee on Drug Dependence. Authors of the report declare that CBD is “not associated with abuse potential” and that it does […]
HARRISBURG, PA — Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Karen Murphy today encouraged individuals interested in applying for a medical marijuana grower/processor and/or dispensary permit to complete a brief survey on the department’s website. “One of our primary focuses as we continue to develop this program is to make sure that patients with serious medical conditions have access […]
So congress passed a monumental overhaul of our healthcare system and President Barak Obama signed this health care legislation into law. The overhaul has a price tag of not quite one trillion dollars. This almost incomprehensible sum of money has to come from somewhere but where exactly? Why, of course from Mr & Mrs taxpayer.
The announcement of this one trillion dollar health care overhaul legislation got my attention and caused me to do some serious thinking. It caused me to realize that outside circumstances really have no impact on one’s own personal success. Can any governmental decision – whether it’s health care overhaul, economic stimulus, bank bailouts or whatever – have an impact on how to succeed in life?
So many people today are in favor of what the government does with the economy, healthcare, foreign affairs and other issues. And an equal number are against it. But seriously, do these issues have anything to do with your own personal success? Does any of this matter to how to succeed in life?
For more than 200 years now we’ve had a government in place making decisions on the direction this country is heading. And during that entire time there have always been two schools of people; one for and one against. Has any governmental decision ever held a person back from achieving all they’re capable of?
The answer is a big, fat no! Or, saying it a different way, it will only have an impact on your level of success if you allow it to.
Over the years, regardless of what may’ve been going on in the economy and despite the decisions made by the government, people who have done very, very well for themselves have always existed. How to succeed in life does not depend on governmental decisions.
It then stands to reason that the decisions the Obama administration makes on the economy, health care or whatever should have zero impact on your success. You hold your key of how to succeed in your own hands.
No question, the decisions of government frequently force us to look at things in new ways. But, this is always a very good thing. Anybody who can adapt to changes are the ones who will always do well for themselves.
And I think we’ve all seen that the only constant we have in life is change.
Even though you won’t always see governmental decisions through rose colored glasses at least understand that it will have little to no impact on how you can succeed in life. How to succeed in life has always been and will continue to be a personal responsibility.
Those who get hung up on external affairs as reasons why they’re not able to succeed in life or in business are living in victimhood. The harsh reality of life is that there is no such thing as a successful victim.
Those who rise above external circumstances and take full responsibility for the life they’re living are the ones who will not only survive but will thrive.
It does not matter if you agree with this historic healthcare legislation passed by President Barak Obama, please understand that it really has zero impact on your potential for success.
One thing you can do to make sure you keep yourself from falling victim to any external circumstances is to surround yourself with positivity. You may think this is hokey but it’s true, it works. There is no better way to do that than to read a good, uplifting book.
Doing so will help you to filter negativity and nonsense out of your life.
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