It is often easier to hand out advice than to use your own advice and be more productive.

posted Jun 18, 2019, 4:28 PM by David Alan Binder

First:  Let me make you aware of a fantastic author interview coming to this website in the very near future.


Yes, none other than Bernard Cornwell.  

http://www.bernardcornwell.net

I have been reading him since I was a teenager and look up to him immensely.

It is often easier to hand out advice than to use your own advice and be more productive.

 

I am so busy these days, doing this and that and being less unproductive.

 

Action represents using calories, using your mind and imagination, creating a richer life, interacting with others and using your time in pursuits that pay off.

 

Collecting cans and bottles add to your pocket book; however, that is limited in payback. 

 

Hard to make a living collecting cans and bottles.

 

The trades, painting, working with your hands, pottery, carpentry, stonemason, cement work, not only help you physically but emotionally.

However, some of those activities may become difficult as one ages.

 

Immersive gaming has no pay back, has no future, does not make you think (you only learn to repeat and repeat and repeat for the dopamine).

 

To really recharge your batteries, clean out your garage and attic and any spaces in the home where items have been collecting.

 

Donate for a write off or sell them on eBay turning a profit.  It may not be immense but will be larger than collecting cans and bottles, LOL.

 

If you notice that I write many times about channeling your efforts into proper activities, it is because I have that issue.  Believe it or not, but it is true!

 

A Think Piece by David Alan Binder

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