This is my workout for Sunday, August 28, 2016. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
—– I achieved my Fasting goals for this week, with two days of fasting. I chose Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. They lower my caloric intake for 24-hours, but give me a break to replenish my energy between those days. Let it be said,”There actually ARE days I just don’t eat.” [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
—– I keep hearing about people who claim they don’t lose weight, regardless of the diet plan. Frequent one-day fasts are a start, just as a respectful gesture for the surrounding people. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
—– Please notice that almost every box of food contains 800-1000 calories. And that’s the same for many liquid drinks. Just read the labels. Therefore, many meals have 2,500 calories, so any given day’s intake has three day’s caloric requirement. And finish that 10″ plate. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
—– Many over-weight people blame it on a low metabolism, but I instead think I have a high metabolism. I conjecture that I eat 5,000 calories daily, which is enough calories for two days (2 x 2,500 calories), but I both have a high metabolism and workout 3-4 times a week. And because of my high metabolism and workouts, my weight is somewhat controlled. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
—– While following that math, I could eat every third day and still be healthy. So I could fast on Monday and Tuesday. And then eat on Wednesday. And then fast on Thursday and Friday. And then eat on Saturday and Sunday. The sum of the weekly calories still satisfies adequately the entire week. If women took over the world, every man would be over-weight and have heart-disease. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
—– Rise to the top because of harmony between peers, solid successful work and the praise of past bosses.
—– I’m well aware that the easiest way for co-employees to avoid work is to insist that I go to the boss for permissions. And it’s all on the level of loading pallets and unloading pallets. It’s all on the level of me getting another batch of survey forms to data input through typing. And whenever I ask another co-employee for help, they always tell me to go to the boss because I shouldn’t tell them what to do. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
—– But when I go to the boss frequently, even the boss rebels, because the boss knows their employee should have gotten along with me and cooperated with me. So when the boss rebels, I end up going to his boss. And that’s a lofty powerful experience, to go over the boss’s head, to claim that I’m not getting cooperation from my co-employees nor my boss. It’s a recipe for disaster. But that has been the past environments of work, that I’ve found myself in. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
—– I find that fame is the same way. Often others will tell me to talk to important people, just because it makes me look foolish. And it shows that my peers have the power to refuse to cooperate on even the smallest things. That’s certainly the wrong way for me to rise to fame. If there’s any fame for me, it should be because I get along with people and have many friends. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
—– My rise to fame shouldn’t be because I have to go over everybody’s head, and ultimately find myself talking with important people who incidentally always have a microphone in front of them or a camera in front of them. I shouldn’t rise to fame just because I’m constantly complaining to them about the way my friends are, or my co-employees are, or my bosses are. My immediate environment isn’t likely to change, because the world is what it is and we all need to accept people as they are. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
—– Since we really need to accept people as they are, I often refuse to take that next fateful step off the cliff to fame, stardom and celebrity-status. I need a solid foundation of stable income and solid friendships, instead of a foundation built on sand. Surely the microphone and camera can spot frail celebrities; and the audience will use it without pause. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
—– No, I do want the stable base-level job through which I can prove myself as a company-man, and as a base-level leader. I want that, if my peers and prospective bosses will let me. Because without that, I’ve lost everything anyway. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
—– It’s said that those who haven’t made their own money are most apt to lose money, when it falls in their laps. And I’ve never really made my own money, per se. I need to do that. I need to make my money as a responsible worker, instead of chase stardom through the warm milk and cookies of a magic good-looking celebrity or nice-sounding celebrity. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
—– That’s why I want to be a cashier or a delivery driver for awhile. But that hiring takes a dialogue and an agreement. And after I’ve demonstrated that ability for awhile, maybe I’ll try the next brassring higher up. And nobody can push me to do what I don’t want to do, or force me into actions that I deem are unwise. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
—– Social Media means actually calling television, cable, radio, or other broadcasting venues to present your opinion or to hear theirs. [Donate to KeepYourHouse].
—– So Newsradio1067fm WYAY let me on twice this month, once on 12Aug2016 and again on 26Aug2016. I was flattered and did well, for those 2 individual short 15-30 second call-in spots. That’s a total of about 45 seconds, if that. But I passed my Social Media goals for Aug2016, while I’m passing my Social Security goals in the 2020s. Please recall my inventions and initiatives: (1) Save The Caller, (1) Sympathetic Broadcasting, (1) Sympathetic Listening, and (1) Media Is The Mentor. I’m not leveraging for a job; I just do this for fun, because it’s social media. [Donate to KeepYourHouse].
—– And thanks again to the hosts and operators of WYAY. Their anchor shows are [It’s Only] The Kimmer Show in the afternoons, and The Shannon Burke Show in the mornings. The hosts just asked,”All that for just 45 seconds?” Watch out for Johnny Ho; that’s an inside joke. [Donate to KeepYourHouse].
—– Previously, I had two-months of airing 3-5 minutes a week on WGST’s THE COMPUTER DOCTOR SHOW, as The Gamemeister in the 1990s. My in-person in-studio bit was terrible, although I enjoyed it. And it was a great learning experience for me, although it was largely forgettable. I think the host did everybody a favor, when he told me we were done. I did it for free, and without complaint, and I’m still not complaining. And I continue trying to forget those short bits, in jest. [Donate to KeepYourHouse].
—– And I continue interviewing for my real gig, of either a cashier position or a delivery driver position. Yes I actually AM interviewing F2F and P2P for those jobs, ask around. And I leave promptly before incurring a Disturbing The Peace citation, ask around about that also. And thanks again for the ride, WYAY. [Donate to KeepYourHouse].
This is six minutes of flashcards in Spanish as a Second Language. It’s the same, of Spanish language flashcards, start to finish, for six minutes. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
This is five minutes of flashcards in Spanish as a Second Language. It’s the same, of Spanish language flashcards, start to finish, for five minutes. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]
This is a milestone. My page has five followers, and you did it all. I make each post something worth reading, looking it, or watching. When the occasional posts come to your email, I want them to be worth your time reading them. And tell your friends. [Donate online to KeepYourHouse]