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Balancing Science & Art to Make Positive Health Changes

From the Show: Mindful Medicine
Summary: There is science in medicine. But there is also art. Learn how you can use both to achieve happiness and healthfulness.
Air Date: 11/20/13
Duration: 10
Host: Dr. Holly Lucille
Guest Bio: Rick Kirschner
Rick3Speaker, educator, coach and naturopathic physician, Dr. Rick Kirschner is the author or coauthor of nine books, including the international bestseller, Dealing With People You Can't Stand: How To Bring Out The Best In People At Their Worst.

Dr. Kirschner has delivered motivational speeches and educational training programs on "The Art of Change" to some of the best known organizations in the world, including NASA, Progressive Insurance Providence Healthcare, and Starbucks.

And he's delivered his ideas and advice on communication, persuasion and conflict resolution through radio and television appearances, newspaper and magazine articles and interviews, from CNBC to CBC to FOX to the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the London Times, Executive Excellence, Selling Power, and Readers Digest.
Balancing Science & Art to Make Positive Health Changes
There is science in medicine, yes.

But there is also art.

According to Dr. Rick Kirschner, art is the creative application of skill and imagination. Change is the transition from the known to the unknown. When you apply art to change, relationships improve, organizations excel, and doorways of possibility open before you.

For example, doctors need to learn how to listen to their patients, and how to talk to them. There is a firm relationship between communication and health. They need to hear beyond what you are telling them. Also, they need to understand you so they can talk to you effectively... rather than talk AT you.

As individuals, you can learn so much by listening and by being true to yourself.

Join Dr. Kirschner as he shares his powerful approach to dealing with change and unlocking creativity, and how it all relates to happiness and health.