May 5, 2018

Items in italics are direct quotes from the articles below

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/281843

You most likely know that exercising, sleeping and healthy eating should be at the top of your priority list. When you exercise regularly, you’re more positive, energetic, productive and creative. That all translates into making you a more effective entrepreneur who can generate more revenue and create a bigger impact in the world. But maintaining a consistent fitness routine on top of being a productive entrepreneur isn’t a walk in the park (although even that would be better than nothing). A business leader’s average day consists of working from a to-do list, dealing with clients, managing a small team, racing against deadlines and replying to emails — our favorite. It’s easy to fall into the trap of believing there’s no time to have a life beyond work, much less one that carves out time for regular exercise. But personal health doesn’t have to become a daunting task that commands large chunks of your day.

Six core principles to follow are: schedule your workout, sleep smarter, start a culture of health and fitness at work, get creative and multitask, make high-intensity training your friend, and have a plan B. Managing your time and being intentional about working out is important to ensure your body’s health is maintained and ideally strengthened. There are 24 hours in a day, 60 minutes in an hour, and so carve out the time to work out. Rest and sleep is also a key component of your health too. Studies have shown that healthy sleep habits can help you keep your waistline under control. Sleep also plays a positive role in increasing your creativity, productivity, energy levels and decision-making abilities. What you do in the hour before bed is one of the biggest barriers to attaining quality, consistent sleep. Intelligent sleeping starts with self-discipline. Create sleep rituals to “automate” this important habit. Whether you are a small business owner or an employee, I think it is critical to maintain your physical strength. Your brain is a physical object and its health is critical for work performance. Your brain is also a muscle, so take the time to care for your body and for it. Because life happens, it’s important to have an alternative option and to maximize those moments. Personally, I’m going to carve out at least 30 minutes to exercise even if it must be in 10-minute intervals for exercise in some form.

https://cointelegraph.com/news/reddit-co-founder-says-ethereum-price-will-reach-15000-this-year

Alexis Ohanian, a co-founder of Reddit, said that he predicts the price of Ethereum (ETH) will reach $1,500 in 2018, Fortune reports May 2. Ohanian, who now works full-time at a venture capital (VC) firm Initialized Capital, said in an interview, “At the end of the year, Bitcoin will be at $20,000. And Ethereum will be at $1,500. Great, now people can call me out if I’m wrong.” He said that he’s bullish on ETH because “people are actually building on it.” His firm Initialized Capital is investing in emerging and innovative technology. I agree with the author of this article that Ethereum’s value will increase because it is a token that is being used and has a functional purpose behind it. It isn’t just a store of value and medium of exchange. For those people that are mining it or trading it, personally I would hold some in reserve. Ultimately, I feel that cryptocurrency could end up in some form replacing physical currency. In April, CEO of independent financial consulting firm deVere Group Nigel Green predicted that the ETH price would reach $2,500 by the end of 2018. Green says the fourfold increase would come as a result of growing adoption of ETH as well as the use of smart contracts.

If you need a financial check-up or prayer be sure to contact me.

This week, I’ve included THROUGH HELL – Motivational Video from the Mulligan Brothers YouTube channel.

“If you think you know it all, you’re a fool for sure; real survivors learn wisdom from others.”

Proverbs 28:26 MSG


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