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The Beginning: The First Step To Transforming Your Life

written by Dr. Steven Cangiano July 9, 2018
First Step To Transforming Your Life

Your story is important. Your transformation begins by understanding your story and how it controls every aspect of your life. Is it a conscious creation, or was it handed to you haphazardly, though your life experiences? If you are not creating/attracting what you want in life, then you need a new story, one you have consciously and deliberately created. Together, we will unfold the story of our relationships by exploring how we think, why we believe what we believe, and how to predictably recreate our lives. Together we will create a new compelling story about who we are and what we are meant to experience. (Refer to my book: The Ultimate Secret)

To encourage you to tell your story, I feel I must share a little bit of my own journey. It is not always easy to tell your personal story, so I drew inspiration from the words of Zig Ziglar: “Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care.”

We have all been given certain gifts. I feel the deep desire to share my gifts with you, and I encourage you to share your gifts with others. Here is my brief story:

I was a happy-go-lucky adolescent, then teenager with above-average intelligence. I loved science and math, and hoped to one day be a high school teacher. I graduated during the end of the Vietnam War when there was a glut of teachers, so I changed plans and went to college as a pre-med student.

I eased my way through college and followed in my father’s footsteps, pun intended, and went to podiatry school to become a foot doctor. Upon graduating, I did a surgical residency in NYC. I became board certified in surgery at a young age and went on to have a successful career in academic medicine and private practice. I loved to teach and taught surgery for 13 years.

Early on, I discovered that to properly teach surgery you had to break the procedures down into their smallest steps. If you could clearly identify each step, you could more easily and predictably train residents. I have adapted this approach in creating a new compelling story about who I am and what I am meant to experience.

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