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Planning Around Obstacles

In the book The Power of Habit by Charles Duhgigg, I found this interesting regarding the recovery of older patients after knee surgery.

“The patients who had written plans in their booklets had started walking almost twice as fast as the ones who had not. They had started getting in and out of their chairs, unassisted, almost three times as fast. They were putting on their shoes, doing the laundry, and making themselves meals quicker than the patients who hadn’t scribbled out goals ahead of time.”
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