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Happy Easter & Required Reading

Happy Easter to everyone. This Easter I’m reading a fascinating book by Timothy Keller entitled, Hope in Times of Fear: The Resurrection and the Meaning of Easter. Some have called Keller the C.S. Lewis of our time, and this book (although I’m only half through) is more proof of this claim. Whether…
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Review: Never Split the Difference

The book, Never Split the Difference, written by Chris Voss (formed FRI International Kidnapping Negotiator) is a compelling and entertaining read. Voss is part instructor, part storyteller – and he certainly has more than few stories to tell. Along his storied career, Voss learned and developed (with his FBI resources) a system…
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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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