Think, Talk, See, Do?

Think, See, Talk, Do

Parkinson’s is described as a movement disorder. Hell even the specialist we see is called an MDS(Movement Disorder Specialist)!

Yet there is more to this disease than just how it effects our movement. If all we do is focus on our movements, then we might actually be limiting the amount of engagement, not only in our Parkinson’s battle but in our life as well.

Life is not about just Doing. It is broken down into, Why we do it, How we do it and What we do it for?

Understanding Life, and our enjoyment of it, will often be dictated by how we Think.

Seeing what there is out there, can make us want to Do it. That want will make it seem possible to achieve.

Communicating our thoughts to others, so that they may help us in living our life with fulfillment and purpose.

So to me the better we think, the better we see,

The better we see, the better we do ,

The better we do, the better we talk.

Put them in any order you want,

Talk , See, Do, Think.

Think, Talk, Do, See.

What ever one of them that initiates the process, the other three should follow and be engaged as well.

Skip one and all of a sudden the other three get harder.

By constantly using all four, when the time comes when you must prioritize one, the other three will still be subconsciously active.

How we Think, Talk, See and Do things will effect not only our lives, but those around us as well. For life is not just about us. How others Think, Talk, Do and See things, will effect how we See, Do , Talk and Think.

We must interact with others. The more that interaction is positive the easier that interaction will become. The easier that interaction is, the better our life will become.

Life’s journey is about team work. The people we encounter in that journey are our team mates. Some are here short term, others for the long haul. However whether short or long, to be successful, we need their help, they will need ours.

That success boils down to being engaged in our lives.

Engaged in:

Doing

Seeing

Talking

Thinking

Published by Parkinson's My Super Power

My name is Ian Robertson, I was diagnosed with parkinson's May of 2012. I started taking medication May 2016. I am active. I run, I dance, I curl, I hike, I bike, I skate and I am a Instructor for hockey goaltenders I am self employed. I married in 1982 and have three children, and 8 grandchildren.

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