About Me: The music that helps connect my brain hemispheres

Of course, I don’t know that’s what it’s doing. All I CAN say is that there are certain pieces of music that have the effect of making my brain EFFICIENT.

I suppose I could play them all the time…

“Listening to music stimulates the whole brain through diverse neural circuitry that stimulate better brain metabolism,” says Maximised Living doctor, David Jockers. (Maximised Living doctor? Uh?)

The article is interesting, nonetheless.

Here is the Number One Piece of Efficient Music for me:
(I apologise to people looking at this on an iPad which doesn’t support Flash, if that proves to be a problem. Blooming Apple!)

Well, must dash…do something efficient…

Efficiency is intelligent laziness.

Is it now, David Dunham? Or not.

“This quotation is attributed to David Dunham on many web sites, but when contacted David said “I believe I first ran into the saying in the early 1980s, but I didn’t remember or record the original source.”

Hmmmm. I’m not really intelligently lazy, if you must know. Sure I work LONG and it feels like HARD but what I produce doesn’t equate to the time spent.

I do the work of two women. Unfortunately, both of them are inefficient. The trouble is…

Must be more efficient. Must be more efficient.

Besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things undone

“The wisdom of life consists in the elimination of non-essentials.”

My new best philosopher discovery of today – Lin Yutang. (A philosopher a day keeps the doctor away?)

 I was thinking about inefficiency – after a bit of a ‘discussion’ this weekend with Peter about how much I earn. For the word ‘much’ insert the word ‘little.’

 For the word ‘candy’ insert ‘sweets.’ After all I am BRITISH!

The fact of the matter is that I spend a lot of time writing…and to me, writing equals working…BUT…can I consider it to be work when so much of it is unpaid? Like writing this blog, for example.

Reality check. I spend 6-8 hours a day writing. Usually, 3 hours of that is paid.

Consider this:  I am…

“There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all” – says Peter Drucker.

And this.

“Efficiency is doing things right. Effectiveness is doing the right things” – says Zig Zigler


I have been timing myself. I thought about this blog while turning out the horses, as usual. I started writing it at 10.09, I finished writing it and finding the images at 10.28.

I think that’s efficient. But is it effective?

Oh, who cares?