Movement & Meaning: Managing Stress & Building Mental Strength Through Exercise
We all know exercise is good for us, but "Movement & Meaning" tells the rest of the story. It's been described as "Lord of the Rings" meets a 21st century manual for stress management. Whether you're a fitness enthusiast, athlete, or totally inactive and unmotivated, this book will forever change your mindset when it comes to being mentally healthy, happy, and strong, by teaching you how to use physical activity as an antidote to stress. Times are tough, the world is changing, and Americans are increasingly struggling to cope. Movement can change your life from the inside out and this book could be the solution you need, a map to successfully navigate the world in front of you and strengthen your mind, body, and spirit for the tumultuous years to come.
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Healthy Work: Putting the Good Back Into Work
Work is not what it used to be. It's not valued, respected, or seen as inherently noble in and of itself like it used to be. The decline in the nobility of work is a tragedy because to put it simply: work is a good and honorable thing. There was a time when, and if, a man was working, he was happy and fulfilled.
It's time to put the good back into work. This book does just that. Work is a beautiful and joyful thing. Though making money is important, work is bigger than money. This book is about finding meaning, fulfillment, and health through work.
If you're underemployed, unemployed, or working but not really motivated, or if you want to take your working life and career to the next level, then this is the book for you. It's been called "Chicken Soup for the Soul meets Harvard Business School". Healthy Work will change forever the way you look at work, inspiring you and teaching you the way to a better future.
Notes from the Underground: 56 Quick Health Tips to Improve Your Life in 30 Seconds
Health and fitness is a deep topic, much deeper than quick-fix diets, TV gurus, and the revolving door of fads. These short blog posts and essays, all of which can be read in 30 seconds or less and which started around the time of the US real estate and banking crisis of 2008, are the result of many years of study and reflection on what it means to be healthy and how to get there. The name Notes from the Underground was chosen because the posts are written in a fiercely independent intellectual style and reflect the sentiment of two of my favorite quotes:
“Everything popular is wrong.”- Oscar Wilde
“The unexamined life is not worth living.” - Socrates
This collection is easy to read and will make you think about what health means in brand new ways. Enjoy.