I formed Narus Health with a singular purpose: to change the healthcare conversation for those facing life-limiting illness. If we are truly going to revolutionize the way we care for those with life-limiting illness, we must build a culture rooted in the service of others. Listening first to understand and placing what matters most to our patients and their families above all else.
Today, I am more certain of what really matters. I am more thoughtful of how I spend my time on a few dreams that might make a difference for someone. My encouragement to you is to never stop dreaming, no matter how old you are or what your circumstance may be. Within us are the dreams that can change lives.
If you’re like most people, you have built your network in a pretty random fashion - connecting with anyone who wishes to communicate with you. And if you have a hard time saying no to people, your undiscerning generosity may be self-defeating. This is why I’ve developed the 5.50.500 rule for my own life.