Sunday, 1 January 2017

Start the New Year today with a change

Start the New Year today with a change

 2016 has gone by and 2017 has come in.....a year has changed.

There has been a change of guards at IMA. A new Team IMA is in place and Team IMA is now Team 'Digital' IMA marking a change in its functioning. This year IMA will strive to be 'paperless' and use social media to connect with its members and the public.

Another major change that has carried over to this New Year is demonetisation, which has altered the financial picture in the country. It is gradually changing the way how transactions take place now  and is making way for a future 'cashless' society. IMA supports the demonetisation drive of our Prime Minister and requests all members to support it wholeheartedly and make their practice cashless.

Health is not mere absence of disease; it is a state of physical, mental, social, spiritual, environmental and financial well-being. As doctors, it is our responsibility to advocate a change in lifestyle or way of life for good health and general well-being not only for our patients but also ourselves.

Follow this routine to make some positive changes in life.
  • Monday: Do not indulge in gossip, criticism, condemnation, and/or complaints. When you want to communicate, do so in a nonviolent manner.
  • Tuesday: Talk to 25 people whom you have not spoken to for the last 3 months; make a list of your pending work.
  • Wednesday: Distribute nonmaterialistic gifts to everyone you meet. Smile, appreciate, encourage, and say a few kind words to others.
  • Thursday: Think out of the box and look for new and innovative options. Finally, ask yourself how to choose the best option.
  • Friday: Follow nature and do not eat cereals. Eat a diet that is rich in fruits and salads.
  • Saturday: Ask yourself as to how you can help yourself, your family, your society, and your nation.
  • Sunday: Just enjoy....
Happy New Year 2017!!!

Dr KK Aggarwal
National President IMA
National President HCFI

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