Why You Can’t Exercise Too Much

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” Our major finding is that repeated very intense exercise prolongs life span in well trained practitioners. Our findings underpin the importance of exercising without the fear that becoming exhausted might be bad for one’s health.”

These are the findings from a University in Spain studying Tour de France riders.  Stop using the excuse that you’ll do to much.  The best thing to do is start SOMETHING and refine it as days go by.

See also Wired’s article on this.

 

Workaholism: an occupational hazard for web workers? — Online Collaboration

Among the joys of web work is the freedom to create a more porous boundary between your personal and working life. Need to pop out to take your kids to swim lessons in the middle of the day? If you’re a web worker, that’s not a problem. Or conversely, if you have a huge deadline looming, you can say goodnight to your better half and pop open your laptop to get an extra hour of work in.

Workaholism: an occupational hazard for web workers? — Online Collaboration.


Top 10 Ways to Upgrade Your Daily Routine – Lifehacker

Top 10 Ways to Upgrade Your Daily Routine – Lifehacker.

1. Wake Up

2. Make Breakfast Fast and Cheap

3. Go to Work Late (or Early)

4. Better Organize Your Work Day

5. Cut Out Tedious Tasks at Work with Text Expansion

6. Enjoy Your Time at the Office More

7. Stay Productive All Day

8. Upgrade Your Exercise Routine

9. Do Your Chores Faster and Easier

10. Solve Your Sleep Problems

19 apps to boost concentration – WebWorkerDaily

While some people view apps as only a distraction they can be a useful tool when approaching them with a balanced view.

Check out this post from WebWorkerDaily with 19 great apps to help boost productivity by increasing concentration.  My favorite sections are the site blockers and timers.

Read on at http://gigaom.com/collaboration/19-apps-to-boost-concentration

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What’s Your Start-up’s “Bus Count”? 7 Myths of Entrepreneurship and Programming

 

 

 

 

1. Myth: You have to hire “ninjas”.

2. Myth: Programmers need to work in quiet, without interruption.

3. Myth: Start-ups run hot, so we’re just gonna have to burn everyone out.

4. Myth: Looming deadlines necessitate shortcuts.

5. Myth: Developers should take ownership of their code.

6. Myth: You need a quirky hiring process.

7. Myth: Specialization is essential.

What’s Your Start-up’s “Bus Count”? 7 Myths of Entrepreneurship and Programming