One of the many things I hated about
working in the rat race was
being chained to a desk — sitting in front
of a computer.
Slowly but surely my posture would follow gravity.
Slouched in my chair by the end of the day, I’d be
running on vapors.
So towards the end of my time there I
made it a point to get up and go for a five minute
walk — whenever I could sneak away.
I knew the fresh air would be good to reenergize me.
But walking up straight would fill me full of energy too.
Therefore, benefitting my employer.
An energized employee is an effecitve one.
When your body has good posture all the meridians in the body
are flowing energy like steady traffic moving down a freeway.
When you are hunched over all day long, the energy moves like
rush hour traffic on a Friday– centimeter by centimeter.
So the key is to either move your computer to a shelf
where you stand most of the time. Or get up and move
around to break up the long sitting periods.
Your body is not designed to be sitting for 8 hours straight,
let alone – one hour. Its meant to be up and walking around.
This small tip only scratches the surface on how
to be more efficient with your time
and help you get more done.
When you practice this day after day, you’ll have more
time to do what you really enjoy, like reading, relaxing,
fishing, drawing, writing, landscaping
and yes even watching an hour or two of TV.
To hear other stamina improving tips to add to
your energy arsenal, visit, Triple Your Endurance.
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