Posture and Privacy

May 19, 2017

Posture and Privacy

I made an interesting observation the other day at Starbucks. In the early afternoon there were dozens of students and entrepreneurs camped out in the neighborhood Starbucks. In order to get some privacy some crafty ones had nabbed the couches in the corners. Great move, but they were all slouched over and crammed into the corners, eyes wandering from time to time to ensure nobody was looking at their screens.

Hunker down and work hard may be a good concept but it does not mean hunch your back, crawl into a corner and torture yourself in a contorted pose for hours on end. Poor posture not only looks bad but it kills your confidence, gives you poor energy levels and causes severe pain for decades.

Yes, building that startup and becoming a billionaire may be your goal, and nobody has any right to criticize your for it but a billionaire with poor posture doesn't make for much of a sight. At the end of the day there is limit to how much one can consume and experience, after all whether you are rich or just well off the maximum you should consume is around 2000 calories a day. Just because your net worth is goes from 1 million to 2 million does not mean you start eating twice as much does it? Health first. All other goals are useless without health.

While I admire the determination they display in building their startups or studying hard in that Starbucks, there is a simpler solution to getting some privacy; purchase a PrivacyDevil. Protect your screen, save your posture and get some peace of mind all for a reasonable price. It's a no-brainer.