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When Was The Last Time You Had A Walk?

I was having a walk today so I decided to write this short blog post about walking. It is one of my new found passions. I’ve never really enjoyed walking in my life previously as much as I do now and it has a lot of benefits for you.

When Was The Last Time You Had A Walk?

I really enjoy walking for many reasons.

  1. It is soothing. It calms your nerves and clears your head.
  2. It moves your body, activates your metabolism and keep you sharp.
  3. Burns fat if you do it for an extended period of time

There are probably many other benefits to walking. So my message to you here is to go have a walk at least once a week. Somewhere quiet and in nature. It really helps balancing everything out.

For a double ‘whammy’ take some audio training with you and plug it in! For a triple ‘whammy’ take those drop cards with you and make good use of them! Now that is what I call leveraging.

It is actually a quadruple whammy: Training your mind, your body, gaining knowledge and prospecting!

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19 Responses to When Was The Last Time You Had A Walk?

  1. Preston Schumacher February 6, 2012 at 6:23 PM #

    Part of my daily routine is walking my dog first thing when I wake up. This definitely gets my creative juices flowing. Now to add some drop cards into the mix:)

    • johnmoussan February 8, 2012 at 2:10 PM #

      hehe, evil scheme right adding drop cards! lol thanks for sharing preston!

  2. Viola Tam February 7, 2012 at 12:59 AM #

    Hi, John,

    What an interesting topic – to connect walking with body, mind, learning and prospecting! You are amazing!

    I have a similar strategy for stay-at-home mums. It is about listening to audios whilst driving to schools to pick up the kids. Developing the habit of listening to empowering audios whilst doing household chores is another great strategy to learn and grow.

    Awesome tips! Thanks for sharing, John.

    Viola Tam

    • johnmoussan February 8, 2012 at 2:10 PM #

      Love your contribution. The car is a great university!

  3. Lilach Bullock February 7, 2012 at 10:36 AM #

    I love walking too John. I tend to go into a hypnotic state and think about my business and come up with some awesome (to me!) ideas.

    I live very close to the downs and in a village so am very lucky that there are some beautiful walks in the countryside.

    It’s a great way to get some exercise and I think can benefit my business:)

  4. Val Heisey February 10, 2012 at 5:04 AM #

    Love this post John! Walks are amazing! Just wish I would schedule the time to do them. And I love your drop card idea! Any problem with littering? Thanks!

    • johnmoussan February 13, 2012 at 12:34 PM #

      No it’s not like I throw a thousand in one spot. I just strategically place them depending where I am.

  5. Easther Sudharta February 10, 2012 at 5:51 AM #

    Hey John,

    thanks for the reminder ;) I haven’t had a walk since I had my surgery 3 months ago..I love walking on the park with my dogs. I think its time for me to start walking again, to calm my nerves

    ~ Easther

    • johnmoussan February 13, 2012 at 12:33 PM #

      Thanks for dropping by Easther! Keep on walking!

  6. Terry Petrovick February 10, 2012 at 5:25 PM #

    I love taking walks or short runs to just reflect and unplug.

  7. Jamella Biegel February 10, 2012 at 8:36 PM #

    Hi John,

    I love to walk. It’s a great to go on a walk to get some fresh air and clear your mind. Where I live it’s winter right now, so I don’t get to walk outside as much as I would like to. So until spring arrives, I will walk on my treadmill every other day. That’s a good idea to add in audio training while we’re walking. Thanks!

  8. Srinivas Reddy | Ask Sage February 10, 2012 at 9:42 PM #

    Simple yet great advice, John! I can’t imagine not going for a walk (or in my case, spin) each evening after dinner. It clears the head, connects with life out there, not to mention movement is fun and healthy. In my case, I avoid multitasking, and prefer conversations to getting things done.

    • johnmoussan February 13, 2012 at 12:31 PM #

      Multi tasking drains energy. It’s more efficient to concentrate and finish one thing at a time.

  9. David Sharp February 10, 2012 at 10:56 PM #

    Walking our 4 dogs is my start to the day I use the time to be grateful and feel my way into the day. Aside from that one of my big passions is mountain walking, when we walk on mountains we can really connect and be inspired, for me at least!

    Dave

  10. Alan February 13, 2012 at 2:43 PM #

    John, really great post, short, sharp and to the point, I love it! I like walking my dog in the common, usually early morning or around dusk, that way i can be pretty sure not too many people around and I get time to myself and just think through things, plus the exercise is great too!

    Keep moving forward.

    Alan

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