Host Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino welcomed Dr. Angel Iscovich to The Best Ever You Show. Dr. Iscovich is the author of the much anticipated and forthcoming book, The Art of Routine: How Routineology Can Transform Your Life” (Skyhorse Publishing, May 18, 2021).
About the book:
This is not a "How to."
There is no “one size fits all” when it comes to routine. Dr. Iscovich shares his original study of routine—learn through his observations how routine can improve longevity, performance, and adaptability. You will be better equipped to construct a routine that works best for you!
Conventional wisdom suggests that the best way to navigate our noisy new world is to accept change. Open up to novelty. Go with the flow. Live in the moment. Embrace the relentless pelting of content minute by minute. But routine experts Angel Iscovich, MD, Joe Garner, and Michael Ashley are here to say that’s a bad idea. Humans don’t just benefit from structure; they require it.
Years of observation and practice led to their breakthrough concept of routineology, the key to optimize your life and the cure for crisis. Routineology’s fundamental prescriptive is to look inside and live your life in a “time bubble” to find purpose, meaning, and joy. Offering insights from top performers and stories of triumph over adversity, this book demonstrates that routine isn’t just a good idea—it’s imperative for surviving and thriving today.
Live a life of deeper meaning and navigate toward a better world with The Art of Routine.
Armed with three decades of experience in psychiatry and ER medicine, Dr. I offers us an inspiring routine, including daily attitude adjustment exercises that will have us feeling empowered as we charge through the waning days of this pandemic.
Dr. Angel Iscovich was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. As a young immigrant to the US, a world of opportunity led him to explore Philosophy and Medicine. Graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy (Summa Cum Laude) from the University of Puget Sound brought him to the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, and post graduate training in Psychiatry, and his interest in Human Behavior; most notably the focus on Emergency Medicine.
He served as a part-time teacher and mentor as Associate Clinical Professor at USC Keck School of Medicine over a period of ten years at Los Angeles County Medical Center. Interest in leadership, organizational development, and strategy was exercised in the corporate health care sector over many years, as well as in philanthropy, serving most recently as the Chair of Direct Relief, the top-rated charity in the United States.