CEO and the 7 minute workout
The exercises require no equipment other than a chair so simple to do anywhere. They could also be done without shoes although so far, I have always had shoes when I do the workout. One of the "big" items that take space when traveling is shoes so on rare occasion I skip the running shoes when I travel.
In short, I love the short time it takes to do the workout. But there is a big but - the workout is fairly tough so I tend to not want to do it. It is more of a "I would like to have done it". So the trick I use if I will just start it and then of course you know the rest - I finish it.
Another variation I am playing with is 2 other versions with slightly different exercises. My logic is to give the muscles time to heal by doing slightly different workouts on alternative days. And the reason for 2 other variations is that way I can do a 7 day cycle with alternate day exercises.
This workout by no means replaces a real 45-60 minute workout but it is a great habit to sneak in on any day there is no workout. This is a great workout to use for my "never shower without breaking a sweat rule"
When I first started blogging, I have just published a book on time management so most of my blog posts were on time. This would have been appropriate to blog about at that time.
I was interested to read in Fortune Magazine that few CEOs blog (although it is increasing). And many do not even use social media.
I know as with all things we do, there is a tradeoff. Do we spend time on social media or doing something else. And as with everything, an appropriate balance works.
I see social media and blogging as "owning a microscopic media empire". It gives one the ability to influence.
Speaking of influencing. Take a look at the new Danby Breaking Bland site.