Things I Found Interesting This Week (03/28/14)

Blog-CAPS-ThingsIFound-03-28-14 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.

Links

1. Krav Maga vs. Other Martial Arts | Krav Maga Defense -  (Howcast)

2.Ari Meisel: Inbox Zero, Todo List Killing, Virtual Assistant Mastery, and Optimizing -  (Youtube.com)

3.Meet The Super Taskers - (Psychologytoday.com)

4.RoomScan Draws a Floor Plan When You Hold Your iPhone Against the Wall- (Lifehacker.com)

5.Deep Nutrition Book- (Bengreenfieldfitness.com)

6. Screencastify Records Action in Your Browser Tab- (Lifehacker.com)

7. Precision Nutrition » Fruits and vegetables: This is what your grandma never taught you. [Infographic] -(Precisionnutrition.com)

8.The Best Supplements to Fight Fatigue | Greatist- (Greatist.com)

9.Coconut Miracle? Anti-Arthritis Effects of Virgin Coconut Oil Confirmed - Plus: 10 Additional Benefits of "White Gold" From "A" in 'Alzheimer's' to "W" as 'Waist Circumference' - SuppVersity: Nutrition and Exercise Science for Everyone-(blogspot.com)

10.Exercising On an Empty Stomach: The Surprising Benefits- (Greatist.com)

11.Access denied-(Greatist.com)

Recipes 

Almond Joy Smoothie

Top 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 out where I vote locally
  • Register this new toaster oven for its warranty
  • Add the events from this email to my calendar

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 #ttas

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Less Doing Book Club

Each week I read a non-fiction book thanks to Blinkist and every month I read a work of fiction thanks to Rooster. Here's what I'm currently reading:

The Art of Happiness by Dalai Lama