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Required Reading: Keto for Life

Mark Sisson’s new book, Keto for Life, includes a host of new information about ketogenic eating, longevity, and what Sisson calls, “The four Pillars” of Keto for Life – Metabolic Flexibility, Movement (and physical fitness), Mental Flexibility, and Rest & Recovery. In my view, Sisson has done excellent research and brought us…
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Required Reading: Tim Ferris

I’m recommending an author this week, as opposed to a specific book. Tim Ferris is a clever fellow who has written several books. His logical approach to assessing and addressing challenges is wholly unique. If you are hearing his name for the first time, check out The Four Hour Work Week, Tribe…
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Required Reading: Can’t Hurt Me

I haven’t finished this read yet, but I’m already pounding the table on this book. David Goggins – a Seal’s Seal, as they say – reveals his methodology for overcoming any adversity in this narrative. Goggins is a retired Navy Seal, and the only man ever to complete the tier one training…
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Required Reading: The Culture Code

If you’re familiar with Daniel Coyle’s work, including The Talent Code – you’re going to enjoy reading The Culture Code. Coyle study of how highly effective groups and organizations succeed is a gem. Coyle assessments are developed through research and observation and delivered from his unique, often novel, perspective. Interestingly, most of…
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