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How is it you publish so many posts so often?
The Marine Corps and the system of Okinawan Fighting with specificity toward the Isshinryu system. When I work, read, play, etc. I will get inspiration from those efforts where an idea will come and I write.
I will quickly open my text editor on my computer and write out my thoughts usually in about three or maybe four paragraphs. Occasionally a much longer one as well.
My work is such that with the ebb and flow of the intensity I am able to get thoughts onto a text editor where I either complete the though or get it generally so it can be edited during the day(s) until I have something somewhat coherent to post.
It comes from practice where I can take a moment away from other matters such as work, etc. and write. I can get several posts a day that way.
I go up and down stairs at work every hour and practice in a some what secluded space at the bottom of the stairs and as I practice things occur to me where I might experiment a bit and then decide to post, etc. in combination. It gets me away from pressures of work and keeps me sane as well as healthy and up on my personal practice.
In the end I guess it is time management and what focus your mind centers on as to daily living. Your priorities also get involved. Mine are family, me (karate and philosophy, etc.), work, and all the rest as necessary.
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