Blockchain and bitcoin. For the past 10 years, these words appeared on your social media feeds many times. For the past 10 years, still nobody really understands what bitcoin means... or that Blockchain is a digital money technology advertised as an antidote to the death of civilization.
In truth, there are many factors which affect motivation. You might be tired or hungry, which would demotivate you. You might feel the will of the divine sweep through you. You might have a fear of something horrible. Here are eight factors which affect your motivational levels.
Although it hurts, running is one of the best things you can do for your body. An incredible cardiovascular activity can help you lose weight in addition to training several other muscles in your body. After all, you use almost your entire body when you run, so it is only logical that your legs and abdominal muscles receive some training as well. For example, I am trying to turn a six-pack into an eight-pack now, and one of the key exercises I’m doing is running; it helps burn the excess fat that covers the abdominal muscles.
Three letters that strike dread among pitchers of all calibers and skill level—from the majors, to high school, to even little league: ‘PFP.’ The reviled Pitchers Fielding Practice has probably been maligned since its inception, but it has its benefits and purpose. Just ask the 2006 Detroit Tigers, who saw numerous chances bobbled away through errant fielding by their pitchers throughout that World Series loss.
Music, like all forms of expression and art, is subjective. What one finds offensive, another hangs in a museum. What one finds deep, another finds utterly worthless. The entire art genre, and all of its offshoots, is subjective to the ones subjecting themselves to it. I can look at Picasso’s "Three Musicians" and see a bunch of boxes and colors. Someone standing next to me can see the same piece and find it to be layered, exotic, exploratory, and yes, deep.
Child abuse, through mental and physical abuse, affects the psychological makeup of a person. It corrupts the person and can create the very horror that we know as a serial killer. Some of the most famous serial killers that we know of were abused as children. However, does this atrocity limit itself to victims of abuse or can genetics play a role in the outcome of a person in addition to or in light of child abuse?