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Who’s Ready for Some Blood Sport?

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InsideTracker, the company that allows you to do your own blood testing and tracking is sponsoring a competition for my readers and listeners. As a sort of new years resolution, you will have the opportunity to compete for prizes by getting healthier. The person with the most optimized markers after a two month period will be showered in gifts and of course, will be much healthier to top it all off. Prizes will an iPad Air, consultations with me, copies of my book, and tons of other cool stuff. Every participant will get: Performance Plan: Our comprehensive 20-biomarker test provides…

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Podcast #48 with AJ Jacobs Editor at large of Esquire

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Today I got to Interview AJ Jacobs from Esquire. I hope you enjoy it! This podcast was edited and remastered professionally using Fiverr as well as fully transcribed using Fiverr Larry:             Welcome to the podcast.  Today, I am so excited to speak to my guest.  AJ Jacobs is Editor at large at Esquire.  He is also the author of three books that we are going to talk about today and some other really exciting projects.  So, AJ thanks for taking the time to talk to me. AJ:                  Thank you Larry, love to be here. Larry:             So, let’s start with the first one, I guess…

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Things I Found Interesting This Week (12/6/13)

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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) World’s first roast-grind-brew coffee machine by Bonaverde Coffee Changers — Kickstarter 2) Eating healthy is cheaper than you think – TIME.com 3) The Lazy Manifesto: Do Less. Then, Do Even Less. – zenhabits 4) Goldee – Smart Light Controller – Goldee 5) How to Have Great Ideas More Often, According to Science – Lifehacker 6) Treadmill Desk by Rebel Desk | Sitting Sucks! – Rebel Desk 7)…

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Voice Blog – Evernote Life Tracking

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Sometimes it’s easier to speak then to write and thanks to the wonderful transcription services on Fiverr I’m able to provide you with this post. This is my first attempt at having a blog post transcribed from recorded audio. So here it goes. It occurred to me while I was looking at my Evernote the other day that Evernote is the perfect free web-based service to completely track every aspect of your life. Most services nowadays that are Web 2.0 and have to do with tracking information have some sort of integration with Evernote. Whether they can pull from Evernote…

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Podcast #47 with Graham Hill, founder of TreeHugger and of Life Editor

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Today I got to Interview Graham Hill from TreeHugger and Life Editor. I hope you enjoy it! Links From The Show: Home: TreeHugger.com Article: “Try Weekday Veg” Twitter: @ghill TED Book: Weekday Vegetarian Tour: The “Swiss Army” apartment CreativeLive   This podcast was edited and remastered professionally using Fiverr as well as fully transcribed using Fiverr  Interviewer: Welcome to the last podcast today mind just is Graham Hell founder of tree hugger and of Life Editor. Hi Graham.Graham: Hi how are you doing?   Interviewer: Great. Thank you so much for taking the time out to talk to me. I have been a huge fan of tree hugger for as…

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Things I Found Interesting This Week (11/29/13)

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Each week I read thousands of blog posts from hundreds of sources, these are the best things that I found this week. Links 1) Quirky Products – Quirky.com 2) 10 Effective, Easy & Cheap Biohacks For Everyone To Try – bengreenfieldfitness.com 3) TellSpec: What’s in your food? | Indiegogo – indiegogo.com 4) Batching Tasks to Improve Efficiency with Ari Meisel – YouTube – youtube.com 5) How Much Weight Should You Lift? – stumptuous.com 6) The Science of Bacon: How to Hack Your Pork – bulletproofexec.com 7) Voyando – Beta List – betali.st 8) Study Finds Meditation and Yoga Affect Brain,…

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Podcast #46 with Christine Koh of “Minimalist Parenting”

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Today I got to Interview Christine Koh from “Minimalist Parenting: Enjoy Modern Family Life More By Doing Less”. I hope you enjoy it! Minimalist Parenting Christine Koh and BostonMamas Asha Dornfest and Parent Hacks creativeLIVE – November 25th & 26th The Less Doing Book This podcast was edited and remastered professionally using Fiverr as well as fully transcribed using Fiverr  Click here for the complete Christine Koh interview transcript Interviewer: Welcome to the last podcast. Today I am speaking with Christine Coh, co-author of minimalist parenting. Hi Christine. Christine: Hey, how are you? Interviewer: Great. Thank you so much for taking the time to talk me. So…

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Things I Found Interesting This Week (11/22/13)

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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) Movie-making for everyone - Plotagon 2) Indiegogo – ThingCharger 3) What the Heck Is Insulin and How Does It Affect Blood Sugar and Fat Loss? – Greatist 4) Try Deep Squats to Increase Muscle Strength - Greatist 5) The unexpected upside to “too much screen time” - Parent Hacks 6) Rustless Hearts: Adding 15-20ml of Virgin Coconut Oil to Your Diet May Counter the Oxidative Stress From Partially Oxidized Fats and Keep Your Heart Rust-Free – SuppVersity: Nutrition…

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The Art of Less Doing Comes to creativeLIVE 11/25 and 11/26

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[youtube id="WFSlT-Te_mE" width="620" height="360"] As you may know, I’m a huge fan of creativeLIVE. They produce high-quality workshops and stream them live to the internet for free. They are an awesome company with a powerful mission to democratize education. On November 25th and 26th, I am teaching a creativeLIVE workshop, The Art of Less Doing. As some of you know, Less Doing was created as a result of my journey overcoming Crohn’s Disease, an incurable illness. I realized how much of a role stress plays in our lives — and I wanted to develop a systematic way of mitigating those…

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