Let's sweat! Let's not just stay where we... - Deepstash
PAT

Let's sweat! Let's not just stay where we are. Stretch those muscles. Let's get outta of our comfort zones. C'mon! We know you can do it! Prove to yourself yesterday that you are stronger today! Your biggest and worst enemy will always be yourself no matter what.

PAT

1

STASHED IN:

1

🏃‍♀️ Let's sweat!

STASHED IN:

0 Comments

Deepstash helps you become inspired, wiser and productive, through bite-sized ideas from the best articles, books and videos out there.

GET THE APP:

RELATED IDEA

We know that spending hour after hour sitting down isn't good for us , but just how much exercise is needed to counteract the negative health impact of a day at a desk? A 2020 study suggests about 30-40 minutes per day of building up a sweat should do it.

Up to 40 minutes of "moderate to vigorous intensity physical activity" every day is about the right amount to balance out 10 hours of sitting still, the research says – although any amount of exercise or even just standing up helps to some extent.

4

STASHED IN:

6

Let them see you sweat

At the moment that you're in a position to make a decision that may be unpopular to the people you're working with you may think that it's wiser to not show any vulnerability, however, not showing vulnerability makes it easier for them to vilify you and your decision.

You need to make people see that you're working with them on a cognitive level AND on an emotional level. By admitting that that was a difficult decision to make, you become human again.

3

STASHED IN:

8

People make impossible decisions every day, even ones that someone -- somewhere -- will hate, regardless. There is not always an obvious answer but decisions still need to get made. With all the swirling anxiety and frustration in the air these days, it’s easy to become a target of convenience for a whole lot of rage.

STASHED IN:

1 Comment

To understand the conflict between our good intentions and our contrary impulses, we can look at the dual process model. Our behavior are divided into two categories:

  • The rational mechanisms, managed by the reflective system.
  • The emotional mechanisms, managed by the impulsive system.

The impulsive system can facilitate or prevent the reflective system from putting our intentions into place.

2

STASHED IN:

269

STASHED IN:

0 Comments