By David Anzia, Senior VP-Sales, Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc.
I’ve already hit the snooze button twice as my alarm sirens for me to get out of bed. I sit up and stretch as the timer on my day begins. It occurs to me that in these modern times, we are constantly tracking our every move. That is, we adhere to routine schedules and check-ins while calculating our daily activities and recording progress made in order to achieve the next goal.
The morning just described is fairly standard. At 5:15am, my timer begins and I am in a race against time to fulfill the day’s tasks. I start the day with an easy bicycle trek. I’m just trying to see my heart rate rise slightly into the aerobic range and use my Garmin Vivioactive watch to do so. I then use the GPS on my watch to ride at least 15 miles before heading to the local coffee house.
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