5 Tips To Grow #34

Here are my “5 Tips To Grow” for you, a list of what I’ve learned, experienced or enjoyed most in previous weeks.

What I’m writing:

In this article, I’ve shared 7 disciplines to adapt for high-performance I learned from Brian Tracy. You can learn these disciplines through practice and repetition until they become automatic.

Read the post here: 7 disciplines to adapt for high performance

The past three episodes of Tips To Grow: 3332, and 31

Book I’m reading:

Theory U: Leading from the Future as It Emerges – In this book, Otto Scharmer invites us to see the world in new ways and in so doing discover a revolutionary approach to learning and leadership.

In most large systems today, we collectively create results that no one wants. What keeps us stuck in such patterns of the past? It’s our blind spot, that is, our lack of awareness of the inner place from which our attention and intention originate. By moving through Scharmer’s U process, you will access the blind spot and learn to connect to your authentic Self—the deepest source of knowledge and inspiration.

Get it on Amazon: Theory U: Leading from the Future as It Emerges

My Favorite podcast episode – What To Eat For Better Health:

This week I have discovered a new podcast thanks to Gary Vaynerchuk who had an interview with Dr. Mark Hyman and refer to his podcast “The Doctors Farmacy”. I started to listen to his episodes full of gold and a very very important message. Below I shared one that I enjoyed most so far – What To Eat For Better Health.

Eleven million people die every year from a bad diet. In America, six out of ten Americans have a chronic disease; four out of ten have two or more chronic diseases. And this is not just an American problem. Eighty percent of the world’s chronic disease and obesity are in the developing world. We know that food is driving the majority of this death and disease but no one is really talking about it.

In this mini-episode, Dr. Hyman explores the global chronic disease crisis being driven by food and the food system. He also breaks down the principles of his “Pegan” diet, a middle ground between vegan and Paleo, focused on whole-foods; primarily colorful, high-fiber vegetables like kale, cauliflower, peppers, and radishes; healthy fats like extra-virgin olive oil and avocados; some low-glycemic fruits like blueberries and blackberries; free-range meats and eggs, used more like condiments than as the star of the plate; anti-inflammatory nuts and seeds, and flavorful herbs and spices.

Worth reading/watching:

What I’m thinking about:

Food isn’t like medicine, it is medicine, and it’s our number one tool for creating the vibrant health we deserve – Dr. Mark Hyman


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Thanks for reading!

Have a very successful next week!


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