It would be of great benefit to us to gather statistics on ourselves (every time you walk a mile, play a note, write an email, spend a dollar, earn a dollar, etc). Those things should be logged. And they should be presented well enough for us to be able to see correlations in them. Preferably in 3D (real-time moving graphs). That way we can condition ourselves to adjust our behavior over time, in whichever direction we desire. Effectively, when a correlation is discoevered, our a certain threshold is reached, we can issue an alert to our nervous system and reprogram our brains with stunning 3D visuals and memorable sounds by performing Pavlovian conditioning on ourselves, according to whichever course of action/change of our personality that we desire. We can superimpose those visuals and sounds onto our life by means of Augmented Reality. I am certain that AR will be discovered to be of great benefit to the Human Species very soon.
It is becoming increasingly obvious to most human animals that, at least, from a purely physical perspective, it is a complete waste of one’s life to sit for 8 hours straight every day in front of a computer inside an office building doing repetitive typing (most of which a computer could do on its own anyway) while staring at a monitor. It would be nice to combine our work-related mental activities with our favorite physical activities (to replace the repetitive/boring physical processes such as sitting, typing, slouching in front of a monitor, etc. with more attractive ones, such as kayaking, walking, playing sports or playing a musical instrument), so that we can both be productive in our new Information Economy and still enjoy every second of our lives to the max.