Doctor Category: Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery
Your No. 1 goal is to remain healthy.
Manage your stress. You are the problem-solver in your workplace, and that comes with a great deal of tension. For you, a professional massage is no longer a luxury; it is a necessity. If you can swing it, schedule a weekly massage. It will provide you with a reoccurring block of time when absolutely no expectations are put upon you and you can truly relax. And it’s important to realize that relaxation isn’t the sole goal of massage. Massage encourages your muscles to detoxify – to eliminate toxins that can complicate disease. Once you are benefiting from massage, schedule a healthy reflexology session to return your body to a better state of balance.
Cultivate positive energy so it will sustain you. You are responsible for many people, but who is taking care of you? Do you need a nutritionist to advise you about energy-boosting foods? Are you lean, or would shedding a few pounds (via the quick response of liposuction) ease the strain on your heart? This is not beauty-budgeting; this is about protecting your body so it can sustain you over the long haul. Do you know that a regularly scheduled body wrap can help you advance in your career? Body wraps increase your circulation, bringing blood to your brain so you can think.
Maintain a positive outlook and appear more approachable. In order for you and your work product to excel, both you and your product must appear to be better than what your colleagues and competition can offer. If the lines on your forehead make you look angry, that’s what your potential client sees. If time or the sun has damaged your face, then mottled, scaly, wrinkled skin is all your client remembers. Personal improvement happens over time and in steps. Begin by oxygenating and correcting your skin – either through therapeutic facials that can be customized for men or women, or corrective peels, Botox-type repair, and strengthening products. When it is time, turn to implants and body-reconstructing under the direction of a Renaissance Plastic Surgery physician – much like you’d turn to your research and development or engineering departments to improve your own work product. It is important that you feel comfortable in your own skin. Should you become seriously ill with a disease such as skin or breast cancer (and both men and women do get breast cancer), follow your recovery plan completely, and remember that good reconstructive surgery will take the emphasis off your illness and allow others to respond to you naturally, as they once did. Also, women benefit greatly from breast reconstruction throughout the years for much the same reason. When you feel better about yourself, it’s easier to maintain a positive outlook.
Measure your success by how happy you are. It is easier to be happier when you are healthy.
This advice for long-term employability comes from what you might consider an unlikely source: a spa. And yet it makes perfect sense. William Stefani, M.D., F.A.C.S.; Jeffrey L. Williams, M.D., F.A.C.S., and Patricia La France, corporate manager, have developed a groundbreaking Renaissance program to help professionals, businessmen, and businesswomen remain healthy – and, therefore, more employable. The emphasis isn’t on beauty; it’s on health, for good reason. For those who deal with high levels of stress and success, there can be nothing more productive than the time you spend in this stress-releasing modern spa. Please call or visit the website for a menu of Salon Services, Skin Care Services, Natural Products, and Spa Packages and Plastic Surgery Services. If your career is going to span decades, it’s time to repair, protect, and strengthen you.