SEOs' Less FatigueAlgorithm & Conclusion (Behavioral ReasoningRatios)
Fatigue of the mind occurs when enduringoverwhelming patience (pain, difficulty or annoyance with calmness).
Those of us in healthy (nurturing, same mission, loving) relationships endure less overwhelming patience. In other words, those mean spirited, who are all alone, likely get the most daytime fatigue.
Solving the problem of mind fatigue occurs when we improve things within our own control. We cannot [entirely] change others, but we can improve our character (habits). The action plan begins with understanding that a big cause of mind fatigue is ignorance to or denying one's lack of godliness (esp.wisdom and righteousstrength).
Unforgiving (forgiving is important): The overwhelming patience is likely a result of us not in [an honorable] spirit with what we see as mean people. The meanness we get from others is likely a result of us being ignorant to our thoughts that require others to be patient. The patience could be given and received through the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them to unto you.
Jesus said: "Do not judge, and you will not be judged. Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven. Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you." - Luke 6:37–38
"My experience shows that those who plant trouble and cultivate evil will harvest the same." - Job 4:8
"Whoever knows what is right but doesn't do it is sinning." - James 4:17
Here are the reasons SEOs minimize daytime fatigue:
7% because we flee from temptation (resist the devil or avoid sin). [James 4:7] | 5%'cause we minimize othercauses of stress [worries], to sleep at night. | 4%:God has given us enthusiasm for righteous SEO work. [Romans 12:11] | 4%: We socialize with family & friends to strengthen relationships. | 4%: [As team players] We are sober in all things [1 Thess. 5:6, 2 Timothy 4:5]. | 4%: [For God,] We courageouslyendure daytime fatigue. | 3%: We work 2+ hours on [other] physical endurance during day. | 3%: We make other possible fatigue causing things godly (righteous). | 3%: When sitting at desk, we [labor to] keep good posture. | 3%: We think about the [physical] labouring mans' sweet sleep. [Eccles. 5:12] | 3%: We think about those who [physically] exercise being lively servants for God. | 3%:We think about exciting wonder in users of our site. | 3%: Right before or during fatigue we are still (silent). [Exodus 14:14] | 3%: Our goals & action plan are [biblically] righteous (God's will). | 3%: We make our career righteously easier. | 3%:We are accountable for success (quality) of site content. | 3%: We are thankful for daytime fatigue if [or when] it occurs. | 3%: We trust in (wait for) the Lord to renew strength. [Isaiah 40:31] | 2%: We set & honor time-commitments. E.g., start times, deadlines | 2%:While not fasting we are alert to possible causes of fatigue. | 2%: We religiously fast while alert to possible causes of fatigue. | 2%:We find a genuine interest in other useful sites. | 2%: We righteously avoid boredom. E.g., site theme is true passion. | 2%: We are yoked together [as team players] with believers. [2 Corinthians 6:14] | 2%:We do to site visitors what we'd like webmasters to do to us. [Matt. 7:12] | 2%: We think about users getting satisfaction from the site we promote. | 2%: We train in other ways to be godly. E.g., cleanliness, capable. [1 Tim. 4:7] | 2%: We know worrying about fatigue can be insane (or too troublesome). | 2%: We are thankful for liveliness. | 2%:We [the righteous] are of one mind, feeling each others' pain. [1 Pet. 3:8] | 2%: We know being unfortunately controlled in the mind can be tiresome. | 1%: We use this algorithm as a guide. [These ratios are opinions not factual.] | 1%: We use [other] self-discipline to sleep 6–9 straight hours at night. | 1%: We focus all attention [in the here & now] on the task at hand. | 1%: We have convictionsbased on truth [because of our faith]. | 1%: We breath normally & sometimes deeply for physical exercise. | 1%: After praying, we believe we received enough wisdom & strength. | 0.75%: We prepare to get past moments of fatigue. E.g., patient imagery | 0.75%: We confess sins to God, cleansing from unrighteousness. [I John 1:9] | 0.75%: We are thankful for calmness. | 0.5%: We minimize bad little things that stress out the body. E.g., nicotine | 0.5%: We are aware of any possible medical problems. | 0.25%: We think about God's energy, freshness & vigor. [Philippians 4:8] | 0.25%: Easily we eat (Matt. 6:25) in moderationhealthy foods. | 0.25%: Easily we drink healthy liquids (sport drinks, 100% juice) when fasting. | 100% liveliness!
#%s (green) are for us to work on every 1–7 days | #%s (light sandy brown): Every 8–365 days | #%s (black): Should occur as a habit (naturally) (minimal critical thinking) | #%s: 1–7 days for some, 8–365 days for others | #%s: 1–7 days for some, simply naturally for others |
1. Obeying God's commands (minimizing sin) reduces fatigue punishment. |
2. Rich people should (or must) minimize property & worries. [Eccles. 5:12] |
3. Righteous determination to achieve goals helps. |
4. thy Worldwide SEOs Mission Statement cultivates righteous enthusiasm. |
5. Minimizing thoughts that are likely against goals of others we love is a priority. |
6. "May your strength be sufficient for each day you live." - Deuteronomy 33:25|
7. Improving from small to big (righteous) strength is effective. [Proverbs 24:10] |
8. We discipline ourselves to quickly get [& keep] the ball rolling. |
9. The spirit of patient [& kind] thinking helps to get the ball rolling. |
10. Getting 6–9 straight hours of sleep at night helps. |
11. The time is now to work on achieving righteous (godly) physical goals. |
12. Replenishing lost sweat (water, salt, potassium) is important. |
13. We fear God's fatigue punishment [as a wage of sin]. |
14. We recognize God exists, therefore we build a spiritual relationship w/ Him. |
15. We maximize stillness [at other times] when appropriate. |
16. We regulate the amount of daily projects (start times). |
17. We think about the reality that SEs place useful sites at the top. |
18. "Be thankful in all circumstances... you who belong to Christ." - 1 Thess. 5:18|
19. Scripture on How to Ask God for Help|
20. Fasting likely makes us weak in the present, but weakness builds godliness. |
21. What we'd like site visitors to do to us (our site). |
22. Worry defined: To torment; to trouble; to plague. To harass w/ labor; to fatigue. |
23. Routine bed time helps create the important work-sleep pattern. |
24. E.g., zero caffeine within 7 hrs. before bed; tobacco users are not sober. |
25. Tasks may require courage (dealing with difficulties) to get ball rolling. |
26. One thing at a time is important, esp. on projects requiring under 30 minutes. |
27. Strength is power of the body, mind (state), memory or judgement. |
28. We are thankful for the amount of strength & wisdom God gives. |
29. Or, we maximize the little things that help make the body strong (calm). |
30. E.g., boredom, disease, drug abuse, & mineral or vitamin deficiencies |
"But it is good to have an interest in a good cause at all times, and not only when I am present with you." - Galatians 4:18
An interesting thought: Like everything else in a Christian's world, sacrificial enduring is the way to solve people problems (character issues).
Here is my wisdom on overcoming daytime fatigue, in a nutshell: Yes, I [ignorantly] can cause it. Yes, I endure it sometimes in a desperate spirit. The desperation being that I make my inner being silent, simply endure, and have faith that it will go away before I fall asleep. What helps is that I know there is at least one person, who is a great (powerful) friend to others, who spiritually helps me avoid fatigue. The solution is almost always that I need to keep labouring. That is it! Just work on [God's] priorities and see if I can get the ball rolling with enough momentum, to avoid fatigue.
Here is an effective remedy for now: Labour, nuture relationships [esp. www visitors and business contacts], build momentum (imagine being a huge heavy rolling ball), and avoid possible fatigue causes (triggers).
Mercifully, we can help those of us [stupid people] who are [desperately] using mind control. It is mind control that can make us so stupid that we can not think straight. Some of us may foolishly think we can spiritually fight our way out of daytime fatigue. Mind control is a [hidden] revolving door that can be challenging (difficult) to stop.
Being productive (actively achieving God's goals) seems to be the best recipe for all things that prevent fatigue. Those who get righteous things done are more respected, and are shown more mercy than the lazy couch potato. Right?
We must continue to improve our godliness (righteousness) because the Lord will not grow tired [Isaiah 40:28]. Godliness is careful observance of, or conformity to, the laws of God.
When working what we think is sacrificially (or righteously), a cause of fatigue can be difficult to determine because of ignorance to [the wages of] sinful work habits. In other words, maybe we deny causing our own fatigue. Maybe we are simply denying in order to more sacrificially endure the [fatigue] punishment we deserve. [Using "maybe," any possible ideas are true.]
"Let the wicked forsake their ways and the unrighteous their thoughts. Let them turn to the LORD, and he will have mercy on them, and to our God, for he will freely pardon." - Isaiah 55:7
Jesus said, "When you obey my commandments, you remain in my love, just as I obey my Father's commandments and remain in his love." - John 15:10
"Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead." - 1 Peter 1:3
The LORD says: "I will seek the lost, and I will bring back the strayed, and I will bind up the injured, and I will strengthen the weak, and the fat and the strong [who have evil will] I will destroy. I will feed them in justice." - Ezekiel 34:16
"I appeal to you, dear brothers and sisters, by the authority of our Lord Jesus Christ, to live in harmony with each other. Let there be no divisions in the church. Rather, be of one mind, united in thought and purpose." - 1 Corinthians 1:10