Why You Should Take the Stairs Every Time You Get a Chance

It’s not about the exercise

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  • Choose to wait when they could choose to do something.
  • Lose momentum.
  • Lose energy.
  • Hope for the world to magically carry them to where they want to go.
  • Take the obstacle head on and do what they can to overcome it.
  • Build more momentum by bolting right through the next section of their journey.
  • Keep their metabolism in good shape.
  • Are aware that even if they do their best, they might not get what they want — so their best effort is the least they can do.

If anything, I think life is a bit like being on an escalator that goes down, trying to run up.

Casey Neistat captured it well:

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