Phil realized he had to shift his motivational outlook day to day as he relearned how to walk, talk, and basically function after a ruptured brain aneurysm. One of the first actions he took was to craft a life credo. You might want to follow Phil’s example. The word credo is Latin for “I believe.” A personal credo is a statement of your core beliefs, or guiding principles, and your intentions for integrating them into your everyday life. Read Phil’s example and three tips for crafting your own credo in this month’s SmartBrief blog, here.