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Futuristic landline phone.



  
 
The latest design of the futuristic land line phones has been launched on the various web sites. These attractive futuristic designs are amazingly reviving the opulence of the traditional desk phones. The designs of this futuristic phone have been prepared by the Ronny Sauer, A German designer. These designs are named as hello tomorrow. These designs are embedded with the clear display of the receiver. A person can easily see the pictures of these attractive phones online.




These designs of the futuristic desk phones are equipped with all the functions of the mobile phones. A person can get the more information about these futuristic desk phones online. These futuristic desk phones are present in a very sleek design. A person can easily access all the functions on these attractive futuristic phones. These futuristic desk phones are present with the adjustable interface to enhance a person.

 

Some thoughts on eating



 

 

The Liver is the most sensitive, disciplined and dynamic organ of the body, which is activated when we are awakened and takes rest and is rejuvenated only when we sleep at night. Through out the day our liver is taking care of our physical, emotional, intellectual, moral and spiritual health by adjusting multiple sensors and correcting  thousands and thousands of cellular chemicals. So you can well imagine how important is the optimum functioning of the liver to stay healthy. By strictly following the diet correction rules of the SLIMS Program you will energize your liver, and it is going to handle your biochemical individuality by doing certain adjustments resulting in improvement in your individual problem areas within 2 - 4 weeks.

·         Correction of meal timings according to the rules of the 24 hours body clock rhythm. The most important meals are breakfast and dinner, and we have to be very careful regarding their timings, breakfast should be taken as early as possible after waking up and breakfast time finishes at 9a.m. If an early breakfast is not possible then a pre-breakfast of foods rich in antioxidants like dates, figs, nuts, raisins, prunes or honey water should be taken within 10 minutes of waking up. Adrenal glands and the Liver are the important organs which are activated within the first 10 min. of  waking up, and they need starter foods. Then from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. body's intellectual or mental functions are dominant, so avoid heavy lunch and replace it with small portions of various snacks.. From 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. the body is again in digestive mode so dinner should be eaten during this time. Between all three major meals there should be an interval of minimum four hours. The Liver is rejuvenated or repaired every night  between 1 a.m. – 3 a.m. and therefore do not eat any thing during this time. 
 

·         Balanced food combinations are essentially required for the control of insulin levels as well as balanced or neutral blood ph and therefore for the prevention of disease.  Simple and complex carbohydrates cannot be mixed. Simple carbohydrates are digested within half an hour whereas complex carbohydrates take three and a half hours to digest. Therefore all fruits, desserts, juices or soft drinks should be taken either half an hour before the meal or three and half hours after the meals. This precaution can save you from repeated reactive hypoglycemic shocks and various hormonal imbalances, and protect you from future diabetes, cardiac problems, obesity, chronic indigestion and other serious degenerative disorders like cancers. Another important combination is of combining food groups, i.e. acidic, alkaline and neutral foods especially fruits, vegetables and nuts together in a single helping  to keep the blood ph neutral, which is essential for normal function of the liver.
 

·         Correct water intake is very essential. Before excretion water goes through a complex water metabolism and hence should be taken with care. Avoid cold or chilled water, it is liver toxic. 4-6 glasses of water in winters and 8-10 glasses of water should be taken in summers,  it should be taken half an hour before or one and half hours after a meal.
 

·         Temperature of foods and liquids taken is extremely important. You cannot combine warm meals and chilled drinks at the same meal. It puts extra load on your stomach and Liver because food needs to be brought close to body temperature before digestion.
 

·         Avoid repetition of foods, because after  few days, excess of one food starts accumulating toxic metabolites in our system, and the healing value of food starts decreasing and side effects start increasing. Repetition of foods exhaust liver detoxification process.
 

·         Avoid all processed or un-natural foods (dead foods), especially bran products, Skim milk, white flour and hydrogenated oil products, foods with artificial sweeteners, and all other man made and genetically modified foods like broiler chicken. Focus on natural foods ( living foods). The chemicals of artificial food overburden liver and kidney functions.

 

 


Article: what is proactiveness



 

Proactivity

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Proactivity is being anticipatory and taking charge of situations.

In Organizational Behavior and Industrial/Organizational Psychology, proactive behavior (or proactivity) by individuals refers to anticipatory, change-oriented and self-initiated behavior in the work place. Proactive behavior involves acting in advance of a future situation, rather than just reacting. It means taking control and making things happen rather than just adjusting to a situation or waiting for something to happen. Proactive employees generally do not need to be asked to act, nor do they require detailed instructions.

Proactive behavior can be contrasted with other work-related behaviors, such as proficiency, i.e. the fulfillment of predictable requirements of one's job, or adaptivity, the successful coping with and support of change initiated by others in the organization. In regard to the latter, whereas adaptivity is about responding to change, proactivity is about initiating change.

Proactivity is not restricted to extra role performance behaviors. Employees can be proactive in their prescribed role (e.g. by changing the way they perform a core task to be more efficient). Likewise, behaviors labeled as Organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) can be carried out proactively or passively. For example, the altruistic OCB s can be proactive in nature (e.g. of offering help to co-workers in anticipation, even before they ask, is an example of a proactive action. Other OCBs concerned with the compliance with rules and expectations might even be incompatible with proactivity.

The use of the word proactive, sometimes also written pro-active was limited to the domain of experimental psychology in the 1930s[1]. Oxford English Dictionary (OED)[2] credits Paul Whiteley and Gerald Blankfort, citing their 1933 paper discussing proactive inhibition as the "impairment or retardation of learning or of the remembering of what is learned by effects that remain active from conditions prior to the learning".[3] The 1946 book Man's Search for Meaning brought the word to the wider public domain. The author, Austrian existential neuropsychiatrist Dr. Viktor Emil Frankl, used the word proactive to describe a person who took responsibility for his or her life, rather than looking for causes in outside circumstances or other people. Frankl stressed the importance of courage, perseverance, individual responsibility and awareness of the existence of choices, regardless of the situation or context.[4]

Much of this theory was formed in Nazi concentration camps where Frankl lost his wife, mother, father and family, but decided that even under the worst circumstances, people can make and find meaning.

Alain Paul Martin observed that Frankl's original idea was gradually reduced to a binary opposition between the reactive (wrong and bad) and the proactive (right and good) options. Restricting choice solely to the reactive and proactive options can impede the freedom of choice and risk to severely hamper innovation and creativity



Some beautiful quotes from the book "Lift me Up - Words of Wisdom" by Ron Kaufman


 

Chapter-1: Everyday wisdom:

1.     Thought is the original source of all wealth, all success, all material gain, all great discoveries and inventions and of all achievement. – Claude Bristol

2.     The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.   – William James

3.     Great People talk about ideas, average people talk about events; small people talk about other people. – Anonymous

4.     You can tell whether a person is clever by his answers, you can tell whether a person is wise by his questions. – Mahfouz Naguib

5.     Going to work for a big company is like getting on a train. Are you going at sixty miles an hour or the company is going at  sixty miles an hour and you are just sitting? – Paul Getty

6.     The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts. – Marcus Aurelius

7.     A wise man never knows all, a fool knows everything – African proverb

8.     None of us is as smart as all of us. – Japanese proverb

 

 

Chapter-2: Profound Wisdom:

1-     More mistakes, more experience. More experience, less mistakes.

2-     If you are patient in moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days of sorrow. – Chinese Proverb.

3-     Our character is what we do when we think no one is looking.  – Jackson Brown.

4-     Information applied gives knowledge. Knowledge applied yield wisdom. Wisdom applied brings success.

5-     To the man who only has a hammer, everything looks like a nail. – Abraham Maslow (the world we see is the reflection of who we are)

6-     Speak to open the minds of others, listen to open your own.

 

Chapter-3: Insightful Wisdom:

1-     Thoughts have power, thoughts are energy. You can make your own world or break it by your own thinking – Susan Taylor

2-     The commentator makes a  noise, the activists makes a difference.

 

Chapter-4: Acquiring Wisdom:

1-     I not only use all the brains that I have, but all that I can borrow. – Woodrow Wilson.

2-     The ability to focus attention on important things is a defining characteristic of intelligence. – Robert Shiller

3-     What we see depends mainly on what we look for. – John Lubbock

4-     Being willing to change allows you to move from a point of view to a Viewing Point – A higher, more expansive place, from which you can see both sides. – Thomas Crum

5-     Wise men talk because they have something to say; fools, because they have to say something. – Plato (Speak only when your words improve the silence)

6-     Half of being smart is knowing what you are dumb about. – Solomon Short. (The other half is finding someone smart about it who can help you)

7-     The difference between a smart man and a wise man is that smart man knows what to say and wise man knows when to say and whether or not to say. – Frank Garafola.

 

http://www.ronkaufman.com/books

 

Regards
Junaid

  

Informative: Instant Heart Rate Application for Android & Iphone



 

http://www.instantheartrate.com/

 

 

Instant Heart Rate is the most accurate heart rate monitor app for iPhone and it does not need any external hardware. Independently tested by nurses, MDs, EMTs and fitness coaches.
Easy to use: takes less than 10 seconds from opening the app to getting a reading.

Place your finger gently over the camera. Hold it steady for at least 10 seconds. Your current heart rate will be shown on the display.

It works by tracking color changes in the light that passes through your finger.

This app constantly evolves and in process improves on ease of use and adds new features.

This app is available for both iPhone and Android devices. With over 4M downloads and more then 40k five star reviews.

 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heart_rate

Resting heart rate

The resting heart rate (HRrest) is a person's heart rate when they are at rest, that is lying down but awake, and not having recently exerted themselves. The typical healthy resting heart rate in adults is 60–80 bpm[2], with rates below 60 bpm referred to as bradycardia, and rates above 100 bpm referred to as tachycardia. Note however that conditioned athletes often have resting heart rates below 60 bpm. Cyclist Lance Armstrong had a resting HR around 32 bpm, and it is not unusual for people doing regular exercise to get below 50 bpm. Other cyclists like Miguel Indurain[3] and Alberto Contador[citation needed] have reported resting heart rates in the mid-20s, with American marathoner Ryan Hall at 29.

Musical tempo terms reflect levels relative to resting heart rate; Adagio (at ease, at rest) is typically 66–76 bpm, similar to human resting heart rate, while Lento and Largo ("Slow") are 40–60 bpm, which reflects that these tempi are slow relative to normal human heart rate. Similarly, faster tempi correspond to heart rates at higher levels of exertion, such as Andante (walking: 76–108 bpm) and the like.