I try to be an enthusiastic voice with a positive message.

But last week with my Tsundoku post, I clearly failed.

It’s been a while since a Qigong Daily generated so much response.

I’d clearly touched a nerve with this one.

In fact, it made me feel a little bad how guilty I’d made some people feel about this habit of collecting information and doing nothing with it.

So I’d like to make it up to you.

Because for every person who wrote to me, I know many more felt the same way and didn’t’.

The solution?

I can sum it up with one word:


Your survival depends on it.

Recall: The root cause of ALL illness – from the TCM perspective – is when Yin and Yang are out of balance.

And balance isn’t always 50/50 Grasshopper.

It varies from person to person and situation to situation.

When it comes to setting and achieving goals or wanting to ‘better’ yourself in some way, I’ve found maintaining a healthy balance is a very dynamic and fluid process.

Some days I need to be gentle with myself, other days I’ve got to kick myself up the arse.

Do you get what I mean?

We’re all guilty as charged when it comes to accumulating information and doing nothing with it.

You’ve only got to take a look behind me at my book case to see that. I’ve got at least half a dozen highly recommended books on marketing that I’ve barely made it past the first chapter.

I think we’re hard wired as humans to want to make progress, to improve those aspects of ourselves that we think could be better. And thanks to the Internet and Amazon it’s just so easy to get hold of information.

Most of it very good information.

But you know what?

If only it were so easy to find the time to be able to read, digest and apply the information.

That’s where ‘experts’ can come in very handy.

Especially when they take complex, massive subjects and filter out all the impurities and deliver you a concentrated dose of what you need.

For example over the last few days I’ve been racking up many hours in research.

You see, I’ve mentioned before how the Government recommends you get 30 minutes of physical exercise 5 times a week.

But do they realise what a huge ask that is?

I don’t know about you, but as simple as I try to make my life, it’s still purty darn busy.

Well, I’ve recently discovered a form of physical exercise that has been proven in numerous studies to give the same health benefits as the Government backed 150 minutes a week.

But in just 3 minutes.

For real.

Straight up, no messing.

Yes, I also thought it was too good to be true.

But it is true.

Though there’s more to it than just 3 minutes of course.

But not much.

I’m still deep in research mode trawling through scientific studies and I’ve got a million and one documentaries and youtube videos to make notes on.


I’ll invest days sweating over how to streamline my massive glut of data and find a way to present it to you in an enjoyable and easily digestible format.


I’ll share the streamlined version of how you can implement and benefit from this 3 minute exercising marvel.


Only with my Qigong Inner Circle.

If you’re not a member, you can always do the research yourself. But if you’d like to join us and save yourself a huge amount of time…

See if you qualify here:


Whatever you decide I’d like to leave you with this thought:

As long as you do something each day to move yourself forwards then it was a good day.

Bye for now