Are you excited about the Olympics? I remember when I was a kid how excited I would get to watch them. That was back when it was only shown on one channel, and you were at the mercy of whatever the station wanted to show. I still loved it.
I have noticed that my interest in the Olympics has waned somewhat. Am I wrong? Are you excited for the Olympics? What sport will you watch? Send me a message on Twitter or Facebook and let me know!
Before you start watching, check out these great books and articles!
Book I read this week: Writing Riches: Learn How to Boost Profits, Drive Sales and Master Your Financial Destiny With Results-Based Web Copy by Ray Edwards. I recently discovered his podcast. He is known best as a copywriter, working with Tony Robbins, Jeff Walker and many others. I think this book is really helpful, whether you want to sell products online or just write better emails.
Book I’m reading next week: How to Write Copy That Sells: The Step-By-Step System for More Sales, to More Customers, More Often by Ray Edwards. I liked his book Writing Riches so much that I decided to read his latest book on copywriting.
We need more athletes to tell their stories: 13 Concussions by Casey Cochran in The Players’ Tribune
This is not a good trend: NFL Linemen Keep Growing, Putting Health at Risk by Randy Dotinga in WebMD
Exercise and Fitness
Good tips for people who sit all day at work: Try This Desk Workout During Your Work Day by HellaWella in SkinnyMom.com
There are always ways to make time to work out: I Work Full Time and Have 2 Kids — This Is How I Make Workouts Happen by Susi May in PopSugar
Great tips to help a young athlete reach his or her potential: Help Young Athletes Overcome Mistakes by Patrick Cohn in YouthSportsPsychology.com
Great review of sleep recommendations for children: Each Hour Matters: How Much Children Should Sleep by Wendy Sue Swanson in Seattle Children’s
Productivity and Self Improvement
What you do might not be as important as how you do it: Calling your finding by Seth Godin in SethGodin.typepad.com
It just isn’t that hard to show up on time: Always Late? Here’s How I Broke the Bad Habit in One Week by Locke Hughes in Greatist
Did you like one of these articles or books? Do you have any others to share? I’d love to hear your thoughts below!
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