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Tucson: City in Arizona
    Founded August 20, 1775

          While researching the city of Tucson I came across a great website. In fact may be one of the most informative complete sites I've seen. The site itself is beautifully structured and easy to navigate the information is easy to understand and openly available. I spent a considerable amount of time on the site just looking studying clicking. Surprisingly I found it to be a goldmine of info about Tucson, the city in the desert.
          The site is linked to all of the major social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter Pinterest and more. So any information you may find pertinent can be personalized and stored within any of your existing social accounts. My favorite link on the site is the “things to do” link. It offers an amazing variety of things to do right here in Tucson. The very first link called “100 things to do” gives a great list of activities available to anyone in Tucson. As you can see by clicking on it there are literally thousands of activities as well.
           An awesome website with tons of resources, leads and activities. No matter what pretense you arrive in Tucson this website is for you. As of it was your first day in Tucson this website covers some of the most fundamental issues about the city such as things to do, where to stay and what to eat are only a few of the topics thoroughly covered on this site.
           So whether or not your a visitor or a true native be sure and take advantage of the wealth of information (free information) contained on this site. After looking round this site I now have a much better perspective of the city itself and more importantly, what's going on in it. 

The Tucson Method - 5 Things Successful People Do Before 8 A.M.

 Here in Tucson we we like to be successful at our endeavors. So through extensive research, data collection and a supercomputer a team of researchers was able to come up with a few. A few reasons why most of us Tucsonan's seem so often to enjoy unlimited success. It has been a known fact for years that the level of successful people here in Tucson is very disproportionate to the rest of the nation. Well today the rest of the world will findout what Tucson's secret is for success...enjoy!

We all would like to think there is some sweeping magic potion both to and for success. Unfortunately we know, most if us at least for the most part that that simply is not true. There are in fact many different factors involved in a person achieving success and each scenario is in fact unique unto the person.

Thanks to supercomputers that can churn out a highly researched list of any kind in just seconds. We have however found a closely related common denominator that most very successful people seem to share. And that is they all seem to be early risers. I mean most of the accounts given most of the people often refereed to watching the sun come up on a regular basis. While others  agreed that the stillness and purity of daybreak was in fact the best time of day to both think and create.

Surprisingly research showed that once awake successful people for the most part do 5 things every morn before 8 A.M. Which according to them seems to shape the rest of the day as well as set the tempo mentally speaking. Logically it makes sense to me. so take a look maybe you posses the skills of a successful person already. 

1. Exercise - As anyone on a daily workout schedule will quickly agreed the absolute best time to work is in the morning the earlier the better. Whether it’s a morning yoga session (and yes Yoga is considered a workout) or a trip to the gym, morning exercising always seems to give you a nice big boost of energy that seems to propel you through the day. It also gives you that early deserved sense of accomplishment. Morning workouts also eliminate the possibility of flaking out on your "evening" exercise after a long day. 

2. Map Out Your Day - Maximize your potential by mapping out your schedule for the day, as well as
your goals and to dos. The morning is a good time for this as it is often one of the only quiet times a
person gets throughout the day. The early hours foster easier reflection that helps when prioritizing
your activities. Mornings also allow for much clearer thinking as the day has not clouded your mentality with other distracting issues.  Following a pre-formatted plan is alot easier than the Chaotic and often times failure-prone "make it up as you go along" alternative.   

3. Eat a complete Healthy Breakfast - Just as you fill up the gas tank pf your car for a long trip take that extra time in the morning to fuel your body so that it can sustain the entire day and not fizzle around 4 in the afternoon due to "Low-Fuel". A sufficiently fueled body will always help keep you mind on what’s at hand as opposed to the increasing hunger pangs. Not only is breakfast good for your physical health, it is also a good time to connect socially. Breakfast is the perfect time even if for only a short while to sit, eat and talk to your  your kids or spouse. Make breakfast an enjoyable family event where the dining room table at breakfast time becomes the perfect platform for any and all family-related issues. 

4. Visualization - These days we talk about our physical health ad nauseam, but sometimes our mental health gets overlooked. The morning is the perfect time to spend some quiet time inside your mind meditating or visualizing. Take a moment to visualize your day ahead of you, focusing on the successes you will have. Even just a minute of visualization and positive thinking can help improve your mood
and outlook on your work load for the day. Begin with the end in mind, by visualizing your day ahead and the task within you can formulate an ending. Which although it may not be 100% accurate it does alleviate the stress of "nothingness". 

5. Make Your Day Top Heavy - We all have that one item on our to do list that we dread. So jump on it first off, get it out the way. So it doesn't loom and loom and seemingly grow bigger and bigger as the day progresses.  As a rule of thumb if you designate 3 as most important then immediately handle them. Technically speaking the rest of the day should be literally "downhill". Why handle the hard one's first ? Because the morning is when you are very well rested and your energy level is up. Therefore, you are
more well equipped to handle more difficult projects. By the time your work day is ending, you’re winding
down with easier to dos and heading into your free time more relaxed. Success!

So try out the "Tucson" technique and see if its works for you! Good Luck and remember the early bird always gets the worm`!