Last week I shared my process for reading so many books. To me, it seems pretty straightforward. To make it work, though, I have to listen to audiobooks when I drive and work out. To listen to them, I have an Audible membership. If you listen to audiobooks regularly (and you should!), you need to subscribe to Audible. By signing up, you get a few books for free. Then you pay for one per month and get discounts on other purchases. I love it because you can speed up the playback if you want, and you can bookmark important passages to find later. Give it a try!
Now let’s get to some great books and articles!
Book I read this week: The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster: Why Now Is the Time to #JoinTheRide by Darren Hardy. I loved this book! If you are starting any kind of business (and you should!), you must read this book first. Plus, so many of the principles Hardy teaches apply to success in every aspects of your life. It’s terrific, and I know I will read it many times in the next few years.
Book I’m reading next week: The Entrepreneur’s Solution: The Modern Millionaire’s Path to More Profit, Fans & Freedom by Mel Abraham. I am spending the next month or two learning about becoming an entrepreneur (being a doctor doesn’t really prepare you for it). Having seen Mel speak at Experts Academy, I thought his book would be a great place to start!
How do you feel about professional and national soccer on artificial turf? Equal Footing by USWNT in ThePlayersTribune.com
Do you think these ideas would be helpful? NFL Gets Tech Help for Its Concussion Issue by Kevin Clark in The Wall Street Journal
I’ve talked to Nick, and his advice on sleep can help us all! How to Supercharge Your Sleep With Nick Littlehales, Sleep Coach to the World’s Best Athletes by Jonathan Levi in Becoming Superhuman
I don’t sleep in very late, but I do sleep about 2 hours longer than I do during the week. Might be time to change: Sleeping In Feels So Good, but May Be Unhealthy by Nicholas Bakalar in The New York Times
Exercise and Fitness
Back when I ran, I wondered which was better to do first. What do you think? Should You Run Before You Lift? by Michael De Medeiros in PopSugar
Good advice for deciding if you should skip exercising if you’re sick: When Are You Too Sick to Work Out? by The Greatist Team in Greatist
Honestly, I think this is good news: Sorry, parents: Genetic tests won’t show if your kid will be a sports superstar by Michael Hiltzik in Los Angeles Times
A politician weighs in on letting kids play through a concussion: Concussion rules are there for a reason by Bill McCamley in NMPolitics.net
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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