The innovation discussed
Using how you feel, and really live, to accurately gauge your age, rather than what your birth documents would say, as shown by science. There are real consequences pending your subjective age. This isn’t just some feel good talk about how age is just a state of mind so you can just pretend it to feel younger and better. Age is definitely a state of mind, but one that really exists with you and your lifestyle rather than one you pretend to be for some short time.
What YOU can do with this innovation
Change your lifestyle to be more like that of someone of the subjective age you want to be, and can realistically be. You can extend it to lives over which you have a strong influence.
Happy New Year, everyone!
It’s that time of year again, of course, for resolutions. The secret to making them happen tends to be gradual, habitual changes that you can sustain, or improve upon, over time, rather than drastic and dramatic changes. You should also have a plan to monitor progress. It’s more in the details than concept, essentially. So with that in mind, I want to know what is your biggest resolution for 2013, and how are you realistically planning to achieve this?
If this is news to you, well, just because it’s January 1st, 2nd or whatever, doesn’t mean it’s too late to reformulate. I’ve given my resolution below, and how I intend to achieve it, as an example to illustrate my points above.
Just one day after Osama bin Laden was killed, a surprise successor has taken over his role in Stephen Harper’s majority government from the Canadian election.
Well, at least in Canada he has, thanks to all the 40% Tory voters who will help to destroy what is a really great country.