Sept. 17, 2022

Benefits of Walking and Talking vs. Computer Time

Benefits of Walking and Talking vs. Computer Time

Here is a rough transcript:

Oh, here we go post two of the day. This is number 16. It's about seven o'clock in the morning, right now these are getting ideas rattling around inside the head outside of the head.

So I just did a post a few minutes...


Here is a rough transcript:

Oh, here we go post two of the day. This is number 16. It's about seven o'clock in the morning, right now these are getting ideas rattling around inside the head outside of the head.

So I just did a post a few minutes ago on the challenges of sitting in front of a computer versus walking and talking and asking myself the question, if I could, if I could spend 90 minutes focus, just walking and talking and recording things every single day for a couple of years.

Or, if I could spend a quarter of the time or half the time sitting in front of a computer getting stuff fixed. Now, I think that computer time like, like, what are the things that do in front of a computer, like sitting down is like that's like search engine, like keyword research, something's got to be done in front of a computer?

Or what are some of the other things that need to be done? Like, I think that's it, right? Like optimizing, actually optimizing pages might have to be done in front of a computer, but looking at it looking at analytics, probably something that needs to be done in front of a computer.

So start taking a look at how do we do it? What are the blocks of time that we have to be in front of a computer doing our work, and then what are the times that we can be out walking and talking, and then start to replace those computer times with more of The Walking and talking times.

And if committing to 90 minutes of walking or recording for three years, I think that could start to lead to some extraordinary, extraordinary and really fun results on on the back end, I think it'll be something that could inspire other people to get to inspire other people to do similar types of work.

So there's something that's very, for me, very inspiring about walking and talking and allowing other people to work that way, when you walk and talk, there's a couple other things number one, you're walking, right so you're getting exercise in that is better. And I think I'm reading a lot saying 30 minutes of walking every single day can have a great improvement. For health, right?

If we just do that every single day we we can improve our health and extend our longevity number two, motor hearing, like sitting is the new smoking has been coming through so that computer type sitting is equivalent to it's not a healthy behavior. And it's something that takes away from from our health.

Number three, we're able to create stuff while being in the in the elements. And number four, we're not taking away like right now I'm walking my dog. I'm not taking away from other people. My dog, right, I'm doing something for him and he doesn't, he doesn't need my direct mental attention. As we're as we're walking, walking through here.

So there's a key we can do other things and it's not multitasking, multi threading is doing one thing while doing something else that is subconscious and getting a multi a multiplier of a benefit. And yeah, that's what I wanted to. That's what I want to share out there. So the I'll leave that one here.