I have the answer that will solve myriad health problems

My current situation makes me think of Kurt Vonnegut’s tale about an odd little creature that sets down on a beautiful mowed landscape. It arrived from a faraway place in the universe. It is early morning and the slightest  fog is just burning away. Two golfers are leaving a path in the dew that covers everything as they walk along. The spaceship opens up and a small ” something” exits and moves toward the golfers. The little guy is absolutely filled with knowledge. It knows how to bring peace on earth, cure cancer, and hundreds of other scientific breakthroughs. Humanity will be saved in myriad ways. The golfers must have been scared because they each took out a golf club and beat the little space traveler to death with their clubs.

My studies, knowledge, and experience combine to demonstrate that I am correct in my assessment of what needs to be done. I have discovered an answer. My method will save the health insurance industry billions and save the public years from going into nursing homes. People will live longer, be more youthful, be healthier, and happier.

 I welcome anyone’s suggestions as to how I can get my message out to the widest possible audience. Thank you for your help.

 Stephen Jepson from neverleavetheplayground.com

Enriching the brain and body with this fun “Step Over” Video.

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Enriching the brain and body with this fun “Step Over” video.

Stay agile, nimble, and surefooted with this fun “step over”.  Enriching the brain and body. A life long way that contributes to an agile, nimble, and surefooted you. Amazing results in a short time.

 

Stephen Jepson from neverleavetheplayground.com guarantees to save his audiences years of time spent in nursing homes and millions of dollars of health care costs.

 

How To Keep Track Of Your Ideas

Hello there!

I wanted to share this video with you on How To Keep Track Of Your Ideas.

There have been times in my life when I had a moment of inspiration on something of importance only to lose it because I did not record it at the time. I came up with the following solution. It works for me. And it might work for you. I have saved many good ideas this relatively easy way. Let me know what you think.

Warmly,

Stephen

 

How would I introduce more play in my life?

Where Is Stephen Juggling?

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Just let your inner child’s nature roam free in quest of play – I am just kidding.

The dictionary shows many definitions for the word play. Indeed there are many ways to play.

I believe the evolutionary history of Homo sapiens suggests we spent a long time improving our hunter and gathering skills. Our brains got better and better at controlling our bodies to do a variety of movements with our hands and feet. Our brains evolved to help us move better.

My use of the word play is the variety of physical stuff we did on the playground in our youth. Including: jump rope, jacks, marbles, hopscotch, merry-go-round, swings, teeter totters, monkey bars, basketball, ring toss, and on and on… With my playings and games I want to emulate, approximate some of the kind of movements we used as children to train our motor skills. I give the right hand and left hand and right foot and left foot unique challenges for the brain and body. This provides many advantages, including better: balance, stability, coordination, memory, creativity, mood… Overall improved health. Plus, beyond contributing to neurogenesis in a major way – my games are fun.

That is what I want to suggest for all – find fun new ways to move your hands and feet and be playful in your quest.

What can I do to have more fun in life?

What can I do to have more fun in life?

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(Stephen Jepson at nine years old ( June 1950 in Sioux City, Iowa)with birthday bicycle).

This is something I have spent time contemplating and I have found something that works quite well for me. I think it will work for you also; that is, spend more time doing things you enjoy – spend more time involved in activities that give you pleasure.

This does the job for me.

Warmly,

Stephen

By: Stephen Jepson

Be Happier What can I do to be happier?

Be Happier

What can I do to be happier?

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One thing you can do is to constantly be on the lookout for things you enjoy.

Be bold when it comes to trying new things – read a book, take a course, study and learn about what you enjoy.

I have spent a lot of time playing because in 1965 I discovered something that was to be my life’s work for the next 49 years; it has been quite a magnificent journey.

One does not have to always be questing; sometimes reveling in your triumphs can be a source of joy – sitting in the backyard with a delicious cup of coffee, your face being warmed by the early morning sun.

Perhaps being happy is a choice or a cultivated and honed skill – two more things to be happy about because we have a choice about these. Smile.

Warmly,

Stephen

By: Stephen Jepson