I am in no way at war with modern technology. I like modern technology and I am very grateful for all of the good that modern technology does.
You never protect the problem, and you’re never invested in the problem. You always hunt down and kill the problem and you always invest in the Solution.
The first thing you must learn to do is to stop blaming anyone else for your own failures. Even, if in truth, others occasionally contribute to or are factors in your failures you must still find a way to succeed regardless of the help offered by others, or the interference they create.
Due to swelling around my neck and shoulder (that has improved remarkably in the past week or so, but is still somewhat bothersome) I will be incommunicado until Friday, or maybe Saturday.
I will be undergoing a self-imposed exile from computer and keyboard.
This week I intend no work at all, and so I’m taking the rest of this week off except for listening to lectures, reading, and some light research. If I write at all it will be with pen and paper, but no typing which I have noticed is slowing my rate of healing.
Instead of work I shall concentrate upon light exercise (hiking, etc), relaxation, and upon completely and finally healing my neck and shoulder. I intend to fully heal myself of this problem.
So have a great week folks and Godspeed with whatever you are doing.
See ya later.
This is, I suspect, a big problem for most business owners, entrepreneurs, employers, and inventors as well as for writers and copywriters. For the sake of your own health and the health of your employees should pay careful attention to this problem and remedy it as soon as you can.
Being a writer and inventor I am especially sensitive to this phenomenon. Being by nature non-sedentary and hating this aspect of my work I often practice these cures. Again, I’d read the whole article. Very useful.
Do you sit in an office chair or on your couch for more than six hours a day? Then here are some disturbing facts: Your risk of heart disease has increased by up to 64 percent. You’re shaving off seven years of quality life. You’re also more at risk for certain types of cancer. Simply put, sitting is killing you. That’s the bad news. The good news: It’s easy to counteract no matter how lazy you are.
Let’s start with the basics. Since childhood you’ve known being a couch potato is bad. But why? Simply put…
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