November 2014

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HP Automation Safety: It is easier to sit on the couch than go exercise

I like a routine each morning where I get up early and work on long-term projects—important tasks that lack the urgency of a short deadline, like reading that new safety critical systems book, wr..

Goble, W., exida LLC

I like a routine each morning where I get up early and work on long-term projects—important tasks that lack the urgency of a short deadline, like reading that new safety critical systems book, writing a new book, or studying that new set of field failure data. Then, I eat breakfast on the couch while watching TV, followed by a cardiac exercise session. But most every morning, I think, “Why exercise when it is so comfortable to just relax on the couch?” Some mornings, I give in and skip the exercise session. It is not easy to exercise, but it is great in that, on most mornings, I find the discipline to leave the comfort of the couch. Why? I believe that the exercise will yiel

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