Welcome to my first “The 10” post!
I love reading, and I love learning. I probably read books or articles or listen to audiobooks, podcasts and courses an hour every day or more. You can guess based on what I write that I read a lot of content in certain areas – sports and sports medicine, youth sports, health, exercise and fitness, productivity and performance, and social media and communication. Some of these articles become blog posts, some become topics for podcast discussions, and others just interest me. I thought that I would start sharing what I read with you.
So grab a cup of coffee and read some of these articles! I’m probably reading articles right now that I’ll share soon!
It seems that more and more people are discouraging us from drinking milk: Is Milk Your Friend or Foe? by Dennis Thompson in webmd.com
Ways to prevent destroying your diet when you’re at a restaurant: 5 Rules When Eating Out to Stay Healthy by Steve Kamb in NerdFitness.com
Exercise and Fitness
Get 20 minutes of exercise to be happier: What Happens To Our Brains When We Exercise and How It Makes Us Happier by Leo Widrich in Fast Company
Runners, what do you think? Is 10,000 Hours All I Need to Run a Faster Marathon? by Jen A. Miller in The New York Times
If you want to be a Fortune 500 CEO one day, play sports now! Research: More Than Half of Top Female Execs Were College Athletes by Nanette Fondas in Harvard Business Review
Just two hours of extra physical activity each week can improve school performance: More physical activity improved school performance in Medical News Today
Social Media and Communication
These tips will generate traffic, comments, and shares. And they will build your brand: 7 Tips to Improve Your Social Media Posts by Kiera Stein in Social Media Examiner
Tips for getting your blog posts and videos read by more people: How to Boost Your Content Reach With Social Media by Eric Siu in Social Media Examiner
Want to be more productive and feel better? Go for a walk!: Go for a walk by Seth Godin
This question can help you keep track of your goals: Ask Yourself, “What’s Important Now?” to Focus on Your Biggest Goals by Herbert Lui in Lifehacker