I am a little late to the game on wearable tech but I was first in line for the brand new Fitbit Charge 2. The new Fitbit fitness tracker that measures your steps, heart rate, sleep and tons of other important things that you didn’t even know were important. I’m going to skip the chase and show you some unboxing pictures.
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I was super excited to put it on, sync to my phone (which was really simple) and get started tracking. In future posts, i’m going to give you the back story on why I decided to jump in and order my Fitbit. I’ll also be posting my thoughts along the way and my before and after stats, so that you can see if these fitness trackers are effective and if so, how effective they really are.
I am a typical person more or less that has always tried to get away with doing the absolute minimum to get by. In school, I did my assignments last minute, I barely passes some of my tests, I crammed for everything and didn't care about retaining any information. I always wanted to be successful and get lucky but my problem was that I thought that luck and chance were synonymous. One day, all that changed when i found out that there was more to "Luck". I learned that it was possible to make your own luck and that people that were "lucky", all had very similar characteristics. I made a conscious decision to become one of those lucky people and the world started to open up. It didn't happen overnight and I'm still not there yet but at least I know what to look for and what to do. Recognizing the opportunities to get lucky is only the beginning of the battle. Now I have to train myself to jump on every opportunity and one day be truly "lucky".