If you like war memoirs — and WWII memoirs in particular — then you have to read Band of Brothers.
If you like to read biographies to find the ideas that extraordinary people have used to achieve great things, then you want to read this book.
If you’d like to know how to get more done every day with less worry, confusion, and stress, then you need to read this book.
This is one of the books that I have recommended most to people that want to be more successful in business and life.
These “I was a Navy SEAL, hear me roar” types of books are in vogue right now, and I almost didn’t read Resilience because I expected more of the same: cliches, platitudes, and macho hand-waving. I was delightfully surprised, though, because this book turned out to be one of the deeper and more thought-provoking self-development books that I read last year.
If you want to know whether cardio or weightlifting is better for weight loss and why, then you want to listen to this episode.
If you want to know what happens when you take exercise and dieting too far, and what to do about it, then you want to listen to this podcast.
If you want to know what anterior pelvic tilt is, whether you have it, and what you can do about it, then you want to listen to this episode.
If you want a jolt of inspiration, energy, and encouragement to do all the things that you want to do this week, then you want to check out this episode.
If you want to know what nitric oxide supplements are, how they work, and if they can help you gain strength and muscle faster, then you want to listen to this episode.