Things I Found Interesting This Week 11/15/13

ThingsIFoundInterestingThisWeek-11-15-13 Each week I read thousands of blog posts from hundreds of sources, these are the best things that I found this week. For daily updates, follow me on Twitter and Facebook.


  1. The Nutritional Differences Between Fresh and Frozen Food Explained
  2. Gene-ial or Dan-Gene-rous? Better Make Sure You Are Made For Every Other Day Fasting, If You Don't Want to Ruin Your Glucose + Lipid Metabolism and Become Viscerally Obese - SuppVersity: Nutrition and Exercise Science for Everyone
  3. Good Parenting Skills: 7 Research-Backed Ways to Raise Kids Right
  4. WP Curve - Your own WordPress developer 24 / 7 from $69 / month -
  5. How to Manufacture the Best Night of Sleep in Your Life | Mark's Daily Apple
  6. Resting Done Right: Passive Rest or Active Recovery to Get the Most Out Of Your Workouts? Plus: How Do They Work? - SuppVersity: Nutrition and Exercise Science for Everyone
  7. Worried That Your Baby's Sick? There May Be An Upside : Shots - Health News : NPR
  8. For the Love of Sprints | Poliquin Article
  10. Your Ancestors Didn’t Sleep Like You - SlumberWise
  11. Central Nervous System Testing App
  12. Blinkist Book Summaries Arrive to Improve Your Commute And Make You Look Smart | TechCrunch


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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:

- Find a realtor who specializes in unusual properties

- Fancy respond to reddit thread and talk about LessDoing

- Find out the procedure for registering new births with the French consulate

If you want to learn how to get the most out of working with a virtual assistant, follow this link for discounted access to my online course. To see my top tasks throughout the week, follow Twitter hashtag #ttask


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