Its a simple fact that if we don’t enjoy doing an activity, then we don’t want to do it. If we find an activity to be positive and is something we enjoy doing then we are more likely to do it.
Some people try to force themselves to do the eye exercises even though they would much rather be doing something else. The eye exercises become a chore and an inconvenience. The attitude of forcing yourself to do the eye exercise may last for a few months, but it won’t be long until you will simply say, “These eye exercises don’t work,” and then give up on natural vision improvement completely.
Performing the eye exercise under stress and limiting yourself to a predetermined time of achieving maximum results is a sure fire way of not getting the best out of vision improvement.
Instead we want to find a way to make the eye exercises something we enjoy doing and want to do. This is why Richard and I have been working hard to create a quick start guide for vision improvement called the Eye Exercise Express that would allow people to do the exercise pretty much anytime and anywhere. This way they can fit the eye exercise into their daily lives and not feel pressured into having to fit all the exercise into one big chunk of their day.
Once people start to realize that they can perform the eye exercises anywhere, at anytime, the chore becomes a pleasure. It has got to a point now where I simply never have a moment of boredom because if I am in a situation of killing time, I simply press play on my mp3 player, listen to an eye exercise and start doing it.
We have recorded each exercise to exactly 10 minutes so you don’t have to worry about running over time. We also guide you step-by-step as if you were here in San Francisco so you can get maximum benefits from those 10 minutes and make sure you are doing it right.