Things I Found Interesting This Week (1/10/2014)

ThingsIFoundInterestingThisWeek-01-10-14 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.


TEO: The future of the padlock is here. by OckCorp - Kickstarter

IFTTT / Missing link - IFTTT

Muse - The Brain Sensing Headband - Interaxon

Sleep Improvement application & services for sleep disorders including Insomnia & Sleep Apnea. SleepWell, Feel Great with 415-215-7177 - Sleep Rate

How to Improve Your Posture in Just 5 Minutes - Pick The Brain

Less Doing Premium Content - YouTube - YouTube

Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: Unnecessary Surgeries? You Bet! Doctors Treat Patients as ATMs; US Healthcare System Explained in Six Succinct Points - Global Economic Analysis

A Simple Guide to Better Coaching and Feedback in Your Company - The Buffer Blog Buffer Rapp

You Were Born to Sell: Dismantling the Myths of Self-Promotion - 99U

How to Optimize, Automate, and Outsource Everything in Your Life with Ari Meisel - Entheos

What To Do If You Need To Take Antibiotics - Chris Kresser

Headspace | Guided Meditation & Mindfulness App | Headspace - Get Some Head Space

How Sugar Affects the Brain - Laughing Squid

edible perspective - Home - Coconut Pie Bites - Edible Perspective

IFTTT / Missing link - IFTTT

8 Things to Remember When Everything Goes Wrong - Marc and Angel Hack Life

Here Are The 7 Things That Can Make You Wildly Successful - Barking Up The Wrong Tree

Custom Rube Goldberg Machine -  YouTube

How to Start your Meditation Practice - Dr. Frank Lipman

Limitless - Make 2014 the year of ultimate productivity - Limitless

The Paleo Diet Craze: What's Right and Wrong About Eating Like Cavemen - TIME

How To Have A Great Relationship: 5 Words You Need To Remember - Bark Up The Wrong Tree

Buddhify 2 Teaches You How to Meditate, Even If You're Busy - Lifehacker

U.S. News Ranks Best And Worst Diets Of 2014 - Huffington Post

You Can’t Take It With You, but You Still Want More - NYTimes

Impress Personal Coffee Brewer get the job done - Coolest Gadgets

Skulpt Aim: World's First Device to Measure Muscle Fitness with One Touch - Indiegogo

New Year’s Resolutions Guidebook - A Year of Productivity


Easy Chia Seed Pudding - A Beautiful Mess

5 Healthy, Warming Winter Salads from Around the Web - Greatist

Constantly Varied Kitchen: Pastel de Papa - YouTube

Recipe: Tuna, Ginger and Avocado Salad - Chris Kresser

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 this specialty batter. - Followup on Google voice messages. - Transcribe the following paragraph (phoned in).

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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