I am thrilled that so many people like the books I suggest. Feel free to get the one I’m reading the following week and send me your thoughts. We can read and learn together! Also, I’d love to hear your book suggestions! Share them with me on Twitter or Facebook any time!
If you work in sports medicine, you might be interested in an eBook I wrote. It’s called “9 Steps to a Happier, More Fulfilling Career in Sports Medicine.” Whether you work as a doctor, athletic trainer, physical therapist or any other profession who works with athletes and active people – or you want to one day – I think this short book can help you. If you would like a free copy, text “sportsmedicine” to 44222. I’ll send it right to you. And “sportsmedicine” should be all one word in your text. Check it out!
Book I read this week: The Millionaire Messenger: Make a Difference and a Fortune Sharing Your Advice by Brendon Burchard. This book shows you how you can turn your knowledge and expertise into a business centered around teaching people what you know. I have learned so much from experts teaching online, and Brendon’s book shows you how you can do it too!
Book I’m reading next week: The Charge: Activating the 10 Human Drives That Make You Feel Alive by Brendon Burchard. I’m reading another book by Brendon. I loved his High Performance Academy, so I’m sure this book will be great!
The latest data on concussions in college sports: Epidemiology of Sports-Related Concussion in NCAA Athletes From 2009-2010 to 2013-2014 by Scott L. Zuckerman, Zachary Y. Kerr, Aaron Yengo-Kahn, Erin Wasserman, Tracey Covassin, and Gary S. Solomon in The American Journal of Sports Medicine
Questions arise about a popular new remedy for muscle soreness: Claims for Cryotherapy Treatment Get New Scrutiny After a Death by Julie Turkewitz in The New York Times
I am thinking about infusing water with at least a few of these ingredients for detox: 4 Detox Ingredients You Need to Add to Your H2O by Leta Shy in popsugar.com
These simple tips make sense: Why You’re So Tired After Eating a Big Meal by Emily Faherty in Greatist
Exercise and Fitness
Here’s a yoga routine that might make your muscles stronger too. My Duo Yoga/Strength Training Workout by Kylee Reyes in Skinny Mom
This is a great perspective on the idea of radical overhauls of your health and fitness: Resolutions? In the Circular File, Please. by Swim Bike Mom in SwimBikeMom.com
Social Media and Communication
Good tips if you run Facebook ads: How to Build a Better Target Audience for Your Facebook Ads by Tom Fanelli in Social Media Examiner
Your headlines matter. If they aren’t catchy, people won’t open and read your posts: A Marketer’s Guide to the Perfect Headline by Pratik Dholakiya in Convince & Convert
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