I’ve been doing these posts – The 10 – for almost one year. Do you like them? I have gotten good feedback about the individual articles and books. I’m curious if you like these posts. I try to share books and articles where I learn something, and I hope you do too. If you like these posts (or you don’t), send me a note on Twitter or Facebook and let me know!
Book I read this week: Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl. This book is so powerful! It’s hard to imagine anyone going through what Frankl went through in the Nazi concentration camps, but his ordeal helps put life and struggle in perspective. If you haven’t read it, take an evening to do it.
Book I’m reading next week: Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die
by Chip Heath and Dan Heath. I read this one years ago, and I want to read it again to learn to better share my message.
Using sports science to prevent injuries: Moneyball 2.0: Keeping players healthy by Rick Maese in The Washington Post
Do AC joint injuries of the shoulder need surgery? Common Shoulder Injury Heals Well Without Surgery by Mary Elizabeth Dallas in WebMD
A very interesting perspective: The human physician will soon become history. Here’s why. by Robert Khoo in KevinMD.com
Physical therapists, what do you think? Physical Therapy May Not Benefit Back Pain by Nicholas Bakalar in The New York Times
Social Media and Communication
I don’t pay any attention to SEO, but I probably should: How to Teach Yourself SEO in 30 Days by Siobhán McGinty in HubSpot
Would you watch? And is showing surgery good for the public? Yes, brain surgery on live TV by James Warren in Poynter
Productivity and Self Improvement
It’s hard for many parents to go to bed earlier: The sleep-deprived parent’s dilemma by Laura Vanderkam in LauraVanderkam.com
Multitasking is a myth. We can’t effectively do two mental tasks at once. Multitasking Is Killing Your Brain by Larry Kim in Inc.
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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