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The World’s Smallest Device is Here to Tackle The Snoring Sound We Hate

The World’s Smallest Device is Here to Tackle The Snoring Sound We Hate

If you have ever slept next to a snoring person, then you know the frustrations and struggles of getting even an iota of sleep. It feels as if you’re standing in a wind tunnel. Having to say that being a snorer is also frustrating too. Because you know you are impacting more on the life and health of your loved one and you can’t help too.

For one, snoring can make it hard for your partner to get to a sweet spot where he or she can sleep. And you don’t need to be reminded of the adverse effects of not getting enough sleep. From moodiness to stress and low productivity at work or school, inadequate or poor-quality sleep can take a huge toll on a person’s body, mind, and spirit.

If your snoring is affecting the one you love, you’re not alone; more than 1 billion people suffer from snoring. But there’s some good news, here at Lifehack we have discovered a device that can save both you and your loved one- Snore Circle, the smartest anti-snoring device, is here to help.

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What is a Snore Circle?

    Snore Circle is the world’s smartest anti-snoring device. Developed by Shenzhen-based VVFLY Electronics, Snore Circle is compact, smart, and comfortable. It’s currently the most effective anti-snoring solution.

    This nifty gadget identifies snoring sounds precisely using state-of-the-art sound recognition and bone conduction technologies and then arbitrates physically with micro vibrations and micro-sounds at incredible 54 levels. This way, you can stop snoring and have better sleep quality.

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    How Can This Small Device Save Your Life? 

    Their Smart Technologies Adjust The Intervention Based On Your Snoring Level

    Snore Circle can accurately identify snoring sounds, thanks to its integrated sound recognition and advanced bone conduction technologies. Snoring is caused by narrowing of airways when the tissue at the back of the throat relaxes. When the air flows, the constriction causes the vocal cord to vibrate. Once these snoring sounds are identified, the smart technologies send out intervening vibrations at 54 levels, from weak to strong, to stop snoring.

    Your Snoring Situation is All Trackable

      With well-designed app, users can keep a tab on their sleeping patterns and quality, and snoring situation. It’s this way that the devices can easily monitor user’s health situation and provide insights into snoring management.

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      Comfortable, Easy, and Safe for You

      It’s easier as 1, 2, and 3 to use Snore Circle.You plug into your ear, turn it on, and sleep like a baby. Also, VVFLY Electronics did a bang-up job with the design, using only ecological soft silicone for optimum in-ear comfort and easy removal.

      How Most User Say About This Little Device? 

      There are lots of product reviews out there and most of them are amazed by how smart this small device is.

      “Those looking for a snoring solution will find the ‘Snore Circle’ to be one of the more advanced options out there when it comes to eliminating the nighttime annoyance.” – TRENDHUNTER

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      “So you are tired of snoring and disturbing your partner at night? With Snore Circle, you can deal with it.” – Cool Wearable

      Put Your Snoring To Sleep Today

      The gadget doesn’t wake up the person, but sends out vibrations to stop snoring. This way, Snore Circle only irritates the snorer to change position. It’s an interesting approach to anti-snoring, and the device is worth every penny. Buy Snore Circle from Amazon, $129.00

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      What Is the 80 20 Rule (And How to Use It to Boost Productivity)

      What Is the 80 20 Rule (And How to Use It to Boost Productivity)

      The 80 20 Rule or Pareto Principle, named after the nineteenth-century Italian economist, Vilfredo Pareto, who discovered that approximately 80% of Italian land in 1896 was owned by 20% of the population, has become a common axiom in business and life.

      The principle was highlighted in 1992 by a United Nations Development Program report that showed that roughly 80% of the world’s wealth was in the hands of 20% of the population.[1] Businesses have reported that 80% of their sales come from 20% of their customers and, Microsoft discovered that if they fix the top 20%, most reported bugs they eliminate 80% of the problems in their software.

      It seems the Pareto Principle is all around us.

      When it comes to our own productivity, the principle can be applied in that 80% of our results come from 20% of our efforts. The trick is to discover what that 20% is so we can apply our most effort to that 20% and eliminate as much of the 80% that does not produce the results we want.

      So how do we do that?

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      Be Absolutely Clear on What It Is You Want to Achieve

      The easiest and most effective way to do this is to be absolutely clear about what it is you are trying to achieve.

      What is the outcome you want to achieve? Most people do not get clarity on what it is they want to achieve, and so get sucked into working on things that will not deliver a big contribution to the overall objective.

      For example, if you have a project to move house, spending an inordinate amount of time discussing the colour you want to have the walls, what furniture you would like and what plants you will have in the garden will not move you very far towards moving house.

      Instead, deciding how many rooms and in what location you would like the house would give you far more important data on which to be able to go to a real estate agent. You are going to find the right house much more quickly than by discussing colours, furniture and items in your garden.

      Before you begin any project, make a list of all the tasks involved to take the project to completion and then flag or highlight the tasks that will give you the biggest contribution towards the completion of the project. Those tasks will be the 20% of tasks that will take you 80% of the way towards completing the project. Focus on those.

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      What Are Your Majors and Minors?

      Jim Rohn coined this question and it essentially means there are parts of the work you do each day that have a direct contribution to the overall objective you are trying to achieve.[2] Other parts of your work do not have a direct contribution to that objective but could be described as housekeeping tasks. The trick is to know what they are.

      Brian Tracy often talks about this with the sales process.[3] Major time is when you are in front of the customer talking with them. Minor time is traveling to the customer or being in meetings with your sales manager in the office. Of course, traveling to see your customer or meeting with your sales manager is important, but they do not contribute directly to your sales performance so that would be classed as minor time.

      When I was in sales many years ago, I learned that while you might be popular with your sales admin team, if you meticulously write out your sales reports every day, doing so did not improve sales performance. I observed that the best salespeople in our company were the ones who had terrible admin reputations and were not the more popular people in the office. The thing is, they were the best salespeople because they understood that being in front of the customer led to higher sales which ultimately led to higher salaries.

      Take a look at your calendar for last week and identify what tasks you did that had the biggest positive impact on your objectives. Then, plan to do more of those next week so you are working on the 20% of tasks you know will take towards achieving 80% of the results you desire.

      Stop Thinking, Start Doing

      I come across this with a lot of my clients when I am coaching them in developing their own businesses. Far too much time is spent on planning and thinking.

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      Now, planning and developing ideas do have their place when you are creating your own business, but there is a line. If you spend 80% of your time thinking and planning, your business is not going to launch.

      Take a simple example. When I began my YouTube channel just over three years ago, I spent a week planning what type of videos I would produce and then I began recording. My first video was terrible, but the process of putting out the videos week after week led to my learning better ways of producing videos which fuelled my channel’s growth.

      I see far too many people planning and thinking about what they want to do and not producing the content. If you spend 80% of your time producing content and 20% of your time planning out your content, no matter what medium you are producing for, you will see positive results. If you turn that ratio around, you are not going to see much by way of results.

      Stop for a moment right now and ask yourself: “What could I do today that will give me 80% of the results I most desire?”

      Use Your Calendar to Review How You Spent Your Time

      Your calendar is your most powerful analytical tool when it comes to seeing how you spend your time each week. If you see you are spending a lot of your daily time in meetings and dealing with co-worker issues, you will find you are not focused on the 20% where the real results are.

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      If you have taken the time to write down the activities that give you 80% of your results, then review your calendar at the end of the week to see where you are spending your time you will be able to make adjustments; so you are more focused on the activities that give you the biggest positive results. Block time each day to work on those tasks.

      Try to eliminate those tasks that do not bring in much by way of results. If you can do so, delegate them to other people better able to complete those tasks for you so you can spend more of your time each week on tasks. This will give you a much better return on your time investment.

      To really take advantage of the 80:20 principle, you need to be aware of where you are spending your time each day.

      If you are a content producer, then you need to be producing content, not wasting time analyzing analytics. Of course, analytics is important if you want to see growth, but without content, you will not have any analytics on which to base your future content. So 80% of your time needs to be spent on producing content.

      If you are in sales, if you spend 80% of your time planning out your sales calls and only 20% of your time in front of your customers, your sales performance is not going to be very good. Turn that ration around. Spend 20% of your time planning out your calls and 80% in front of your customers.

      Key Takeaways

      So to make the 80 20 rule work for you, remember these:

      • Be very clear about what it is you want to achieve. What will a successful outcome look like? Then identify the 20% of action steps that will get you 80% of the way there.
      • What are your majors and minors? What daily activities could you do that will create constant motion towards achieving whatever it is you want to achieve? Do those every day.
      • Reduce the amount of time you spend thinking about doing something and just start doing it. If you are spending 80% of the time thinking and just 20% of your time doing you have the ratio back to front.
      • Identify which action steps you have taken over the last week that had the biggest positive impact on your goals. Do more of them next week. Prioritise them and schedule the time in your calendar.

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