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Re: Why sit at all?
> Hi Erik,
> When I talk on the telephone in my office, I
> like to stand because my energy level (and
> the passion in my words) seems to ratchet up
Fantastic! I'm always open to any ideas for increasing my energy level.
> You should do this, for example, when you
> record your telephone voice-mail message.
I've definitely noticed the enthusiasm/clear thinking difference of standing while on phone vs. sitting.
> Maybe it's just a personal thing, but I get
> my best ideas when I am standing vs.
> sitting. And I get my very best ideas when I
> am running four miles in the soft sand on
> the beach in San Diego.
It's funny how creativity just pops up like that when you exercise.
> Nice hearing from you again, Erik. By the
> way, I use to be a hot-rodder in my youth
> ... just like you. I owned a 1967 Camaro
> with a 396 engine (375 HP or so). Those were
> the days of the "muscle cars" as
> they used to call them. I also owned a 1967
> Mustang with a Hi-Performance 289 engine.
> Two four-barrel carbs, cam with solid
> lifters, 411 axle, etc, etc. 375 HP. It was
> a real street racer. Oh the memories of
Those sound like a blast. And I bet that 289 got revved to the moon!
I know.... the memories of youth!
I'm still working on em :)
Last edited by Dien Rice : March 7, 2011 at 11:24 AM. Reason: fixed formatting
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