If you think the last 14 months have been tough, wait ’til Joe Biden’s civilization-destroying, $6.0 trillion, socialist spending binge kicks in, given that Congress is sufficiently moronic enough to pass it.
Taxes will have to rise markedly. The U.S dollar will be worth much less. The return of crippling inflation is likely. More companies will elect to operate elsewhere and jobs are bound to decrease. U.S. productivity will drop. The we want more ‘free stuff’ chorus will only become more demanding, and each year expect more.
On a personal basis, anything that you can do to enhance your productivity is to the good. The person who always knows best about what will keep you most productive is you. As often as you can, you want to work with your internal rhythm so that you get the best of yourself.
For example, if you’ve been seated at your desk for twenty minutes or so, it’s best to get up and stretch, even if for a few seconds. Your veins need this and so does your heart.
Physiologically speaking, your body gives you the cues you need at precisely the right moment. It’s actually counter-productive to ignore bodily messages that say it’s time to stand up, to stretch, to take a drink, or what have you.
Daily Performance Ability
While we each have what is called a “normal” temperature, rarely does your body temperature maintain a steady 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Body temperature fluctuates over the course of a day in a relatively stable pattern controlled by the brain. Why does this matter?
Most aspects of your body’s performance ability are highest when your temperature is highest. This is true for physical coordination, memory, and alertness – all of which decrease as temperature decreases…
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