Running in the Rain

Scientists have done experiments to determine if you should run instead of walk when it’s raining. They concluded that you will only become 10% less wet when running. In the end it’s a waste of effort.

In many areas of our professional  and personal lives we spend enormous amounts of energy to obtain marginal gains. We confuse movement with achievement. Take for example making minutes of meetings: Most likely, none of these minutes will ever be reviewed anyway. A simple action and decision log will do in instead.

If you want to simplify your life, you need to become aware of those moments where you feel a sudden urge to do something. It’s usually better to take your time to be in the moment and think deeply instead.

I never run to catch a train. How about you?

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