In our lives we have acquired habits that we perform on a daily basis. These habits may be good for us but some may be harmful. Now our brain, at the subconscious level is not able to decipher which habit does good for us and which habit doesn good habit is a habit that helps us pursue our dreams. It paves the way towards the goals we would like to accomplish whether it is to lose weight or to be financially stable or to climb up the ladder of success at work. On the other hand a bad habit prevents you, slows your progress and may eventually stop you from attaining your goals. Bad habits grab you from the success that you are capable of achieving. They are responsible for you not achieving your goal. These habits can be smoking, which prevent you from living a healthy lifestyle. It can also be the attitude of procrastination, which prevents you from doing what you are supposed to do at a timely manner that makes the quality of your work result in a sub standard level. This issue is an essential problem that affects the present behavior modification industry which is what also the personal growth industry is an attempt to change one behavior in order to gain improved results in one life. To be more specific, a pressing issue and problem in our industry is, we have been told that we need to change our behavior but our brain is set up to go against just that. The habits that we have, habits that we are accustomed to and which is part of our daily routine and essentially is our behavior is what we need to change which our brain is fighting back at. This being said, how then will we be able to change our bad habits and behavior? How shall we tell our brain to stop fighting back? How will we achieve our goals and dreams if we ourselves are stepping on the brake on our journey to success? How can we achieve better results with the life that we are most capable of achieving? This is what The Power Habits System is all about. 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Dozens of service members began loading wounded comrades onto a huge C 17 military transport plane in a carefully choreographed process. As many as eight people carry a single patient, who often is connected to more than 100 pounds of advanced medical equipment. The wounded travel under the watchful eye of Air National Guard Critical Care Air Transport Teams. Army Spc. Adam Castagna was on one of those flights after suffering serious injuries in a roadside bombing in Afghanistan a week before Easter. The 37 year old, whom younger comrades call had been evacuated to Germany. His family rushed to his bedside from New Jersey. was on life support, he had internal bleeding; and I be honest with you, we weren sure if he was going to make it, his brother, Michael Castagna, said later. less than two weeks later, aboard a plane all of the equipment, the bells and whistles that you would expect to find in a civilian facility back in the United States, said Col. Charles Chappuis, the physician on the critical care team that treated Castagna. That process can now take as little as three days, depending on the patient needs. base north of Kabul. More than 2,300 patients were brought into the post hospital bustling trauma center in the first three months of this year, according to Air Force Col. Guillermo Tellez, the hospital commander. The wounded stay in Afghanistan as long as needed to be stabilized before being flown to Ramstein Air Base in Germany for the next level of care. The emphasis is not necessarily on moving them quickly, but when they ready. just need to get home, closer to their family, closer to their loved ones, to do their rehab, said Lt. Col. Kathleen Flarity, an Air Force Reserve nurse practitioner from Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., who commanded the aeromedical evacuation mission at Bagram until earlier this year. Chappuis, the flight doctor, said the critical care teams get as much advanced treatment done on the ground as possible. The goal is to be able to spend the flight monitoring vital signs and keeping the patients comfortable instead of having to do something more complicated like putting in an intravenous tube. Once airborne, no consultant to call, Chappuis observed. The four critical care teams based at Ramstein fly about a dozen missions each week into Iraq and Afghanistan. almost like the firemen, said Dr. Raymond Fang, an Air Force lieutenant colonel and former trauma chief at the military Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany. want them on the plane in case the patient has problems. Force Lt. David Worley, who was the critical care nurse on Chappuis team, and Tech. Sgt. Chris Howard, the respiratory therapist, watched over Castagna and two other patients on their eight hour flight across the Atlantic Ocean. They communicated over headsets with Chappuis, who said the three patients were given continuous infusions of painkillers and sedatives. you look at our patients, they seem to be very comfortable, because they are, said Chappuis, a flight surgeon in the Louisiana Air National Guard who in civilian life is chief of surgery at University Medical Center in Lafayette, La. Castagna spent some of the flight whispering to his younger brother, who stood watch over his bed, sometimes stroking his brother forehead. said to me he didn think he survive the trip if I wasn here. I said, know you would, I just making it easier, said Michael Castagna, who added that his family jokingly gave Adam grief for forcing them to rush to see him in Germany. As Chappuis stood nearby in an Air Force flight suit and a Nike baseball cap, Michael Castagna raved about the care his brother was receiving en route. surrounded by super soldiers. Basically, he their mission, Castagna said. 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