My Top 5 Takeaways from Good to Great by Jim Collins

If you’re in business either for yourself or working for someone else and want to become a better entrepreneur, businessperson, worker, boss, or even, I would argue, a better person, you want to read this book.

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Excuses or Progress Choose One

He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else.

—BENJAMIN FRANKLIN

One day, we say, we’re going to live a beautiful life. The best life.

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My Top 5 Takeaways from Principles by Ray Dalio

If you’re looking for powerful but unvarnished and sometimes unpalatable advice on achieving more happiness and satisfaction in your life, then you want to read this book.

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What 33 Studies Say About the CICO Diet for Weight Loss

If you want to know what the CICO diet is, why people follow it, and whether or not it can help you lose weight, you want to read this article.

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    The Curse of Complaining

    Be less concerned with what you have than with what you are.

    —SOCRATES

    Think about your last couple of days.

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    Am I Fit Enough to Be a Trainer

    If we work in the health and fitness industry, that means we’ve got it all together, right? We look good, feel good, move well, and love our bodies too?

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    My Top 5 Takeaways from Alexander the Great by Philip Freeman

    If you like to read biographies to find the ideas that extraordinary people have used to achieve great things, then you want to read this book.

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    Nutrition for Sport Injury Recovery

    Fuel your body to recover faster and prevent unwanted weight gain while maintaining muscle mass!

    Did you know >3.5 million injuries occur each year in teenagers 14 and under? Two million of those sport injuries occur in just high school aged kids each year. This results in ~500,000 doctor visits! Although there’s not a ton of data on sport injuries in adults, a recent study revealed 642 of 3,498 adults reported a sport injury in the past year. If we’re considering non sport-related injuries, the number is even higher. If you’re reading this, you probably have a sport injury and this isn’t new news.

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    The Truth About BMI Charts Isnt What You Think

    If you want to know what the BMI chart is, whether or not it’s accurate, and how it compares to other methods for measuring your health, you want to read this article.

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      Coaching Cheat Sheet How to Handle Unrealistic Expectations

      If you’re a health, fitness, or nutrition professional, I bet at least one of these scenarios will sound familiar to you. (Maybe both).

      Scenario A: A new client walks in and tells you exactly what she wants to “transform” into.

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