I want to take a minute to wish my mom and moms everywhere a Happy Mother’s Day! Enjoy your weekend! I hope you can spend it with your family!
Here are some great articles and books for Mother’s Day!
Book I read this week: Insane Productivity by Darren Hardy. I attended the conference on which this program is based, and I have listened to the audio course several times. So much of my ability to get so much done is based on the principles Darren teaches in this course. I can’t recommend it highly enough for everyone!
Book I’m reading next week: The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich by Timothy Ferriss. This book literally changed my life and changed how I looked at work. It’s time to read it again for inspiration!
Is this trend for genetic screening a good idea? Baylor seeks to unlock players’ potential through DNA by Paul Myerberg in USA Today
If you like sports medicine and the NBA, you should check out Jeff’s site: NBA Injury Report Through 62 Games of the 2015-16 Season by Jeff Stotts in InStreetClothes.com
Could your practice incorporate texting to better care for your patients or clients? A text a day to keep the doctor away? by Adrian Rabin in CNN
Do you take vitamin C to try to stave off a cold? Does Taking Vitamin C Actually Help Prevent a Cold? by Emily Faherty in Greatist
Exercise and Fitness
A good reason to lift weights even as you get older: Exercise Makes Our Muscles Work Better With Age by Gretchen Reynolds in The New York Times
We must all overcome these limiting beliefs: Am I Too Old To Get In Shape? by Steve Kamb in Nerd Fitness
Productivity and Self Improvement
I still check email far too often: 5 Steps to Finally Get Your Email Addiction Under Control by Jessica Stillman in Inc.
I love these tips, although I have never heard about #3: 12 Simple Ways to Be Present by Charlie Gilkey in Productive Flourishing
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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