Things I Found Interesting This Week (10/25/13)

ThingsIFoundInterestingThisWeek-10-25-13Each week I read thousands of blog posts from hundreds of sources, these are the best things that I found this week. Links

1) The Eisenhower Decision Matrix: How to Distinguish Between Urgent and Important Tasks and Make Real Progress in Your Life - The Art of Manliness

2) How Music Can Boost You Workouts - The New York Times

3) Dietary Treatment of of Crohn's Disease -

4) The 5 Most Effective Ways To Live In The Zone - Pick The Brain Grow Yourself

5) Happify - Happify

6) Why do first-born children do better in school than their siblings? - Treehugger

7) SAGA: Choose your own adventure -

8) How Doing Less Helps You Get More Done - Wise Bread

9) Is It Possible To Live Forever? How To Live A Long, Healthy Life - Barking Up The Wrong Tree

10) RETRIEVOR - Self-Charging GPS Tracking & Retrieving - Indiegogo

11) The Fallacy of Working Out To "Burn Calories" + Exercise Shuts Down the Carb Cravings: Bench Press, Leg Press HIIT & LISS Are Not Meant to Incinerate the Junk You Eat - SuppVersity



Oatmeal Pumpkin Cookie Bake for Two - Edible Perspective


Outsourced Tasks

People are always asking me what I have my virtual assistants do. On average I request about 150 tasks per month, some by phone and some by email. Whether you are using FancyHands or Zirtual, here’s some ideas of the things you can outsource:

- Order the new iphone 5c in white

- Find a local videographer to film a promo for my CreativeLive seminar



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