If you jog, you may improve your oxygen uptake, increase insulin sensitivity, and improve your lipid profiles (raising HDL, or so-called “good” cholesterol, while lowering triglycerides). You may drop your blood pressure, reduce aggregation of your blood platelets, improve heart function, bone density, immune system function, reduce inflammation, lower the risk of obesity, and help with psychological function. And for some of us, you may even have more social interactions as you are out jogging!
…ealthy or hazardous, Peter Schnohr told attendees that the study’s most recent analysis showed that between one and two-and-a-half hours of jogging per week at a “slow or average” pave delivers optimum benefits for longevity. The ideal pace may be achieved by striving to feel a little breathless.
When people say they can’t achieve their OKRs because the everyday work gets in the way, it’s because they didn’t understand it. Good OKRs force you to reevaluate low-priority or non-value-added activities, and reduce, automate, or outsource them so you can focus on what really matters.
This means that feeds often pull users into content consumption and away from the task they’re trying to accomplish. That’s fine if they’re on the bus to work or if they’re just chilling on the couch, but if your product exists to help users get shit done, then feeds can actually get in the way of helping them to complete their tasks.
Taking a depth year is, in a way, sort of like taking a gap year. But rather than traveling the world and learning its ways, you take a year to just focus on the things that matter — and do all the things necessary to obtain that coveted sense of mastery.