I believe that it’s always important to keep moving. Ideally we would always be moving onwards and upwards but even in those cases when you make the wrong decision, or the wrong move, at least you now have a new opportunity to make another, hopefully better decision. Stagnation is the worst thing for you. You feel guilty about the things you aren’t getting done, you become paralyzed by the anxiety of making the right decision, and typically end up missing out on really great opportunities. But what are you supposed to do when you don’t know what the next step…
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Each week I write an article about tech and health for The Daily Beast and here’s the latest. The Swiss Army knife of exercise can help you build full-body strength, invigorate your nervous system, and help you regulate your digestion. For the full article check out The Daily Beast.
Each week I write an article about tech and health for The Daily Beast and here’s the latest: As evidence mounts that multivitamins provide no nutritional benefit, it’s time to forget the ‘daily dose.’ Instead, turn to these 15 supplements and think of your medicine cabinet as your toolbox, taking only what you need. For the full article, check out The Daily Beast.
As Brad Pitt said in Mr. and Mrs. Smith, “I guess when we come to the end, we start thinking about the beginning.” So here we are at the end of the year and I find myself pondering the roots of Less Doing. I started working on a new method of productivity with one goal, to reduce the negative effects that stress had on my body. I realized that stress was such an impactful part of my Crohn’s Disease as well as an impedance to optimal performance. Stress in itself is not the enemy, or even a bad thing. Stress…
In the time of Aristotle there was a philosopher named Zeno of Elea who hypothesized several paradoxes including his famous, Dichotomy Paradox. The basic principle was that in order to travel from any point A to any point B, you first had to travel half way there, which would take a certain amount of time. Then you would have to travel halfway between that point and point B, or a quarter of the way there, and that would take a certain amount of time and this would continue to an infinite number of half ways and an infinite amount of time so essentially this would…