I have been writing a book over the last couple of years. It is now in the final editing phases with the publisher. I’ll tell you more about it soon. I doGen The 10 Woman using computer (1) want your opinion on one aspect of it – the title.

The title I originally used was That’s Gotta Hurt: The Injuries That Changed Sports Forever. My agent and I switched it to That’s Gotta Hurt: The Injuries That Changed the Sports We Play and the Athletes Who Play Them. We made the change to land our publishing contract, thinking the new subtitle would make it clearer to the editors what the purpose of the book is.

I want to know which one you like better – seriously. Send me a message on Twitter or Facebook and let me know which one you think I should use. I would REALLY appreciate it!

Now let’s get to some other great books (and articles)!

Book I read this week: Writing Riches: Learn How to Boost Profits, Drive Sales and Master Your Financial Destiny With Results-Based Web Copy by Ray Edwards. If you want to write better copy for a sales page, get more traffic to your blog post with better headlines and much more, this book walks you through how to grab readers’ attention with your words.

Book I’m reading next week: Money Words: Easy-to-Use Copywriting & Marketing Secrets That Sell Anything to Anyone by Ray Edwards. I’m obviously in a copywriting phase. I think this is powerful information, and I’m trying to learn as much as I can.

We have to start reversing these numbers: The Predicted Percentage Of Obese Americans In 2025 Is Alarming by Hanna Mallette in Men’s Fitness

More data on coffee’s benefits: You Now Have Permission to Drink 5 Cups of Coffee a Day by Amy Knapp in Next Avenue

Exercise and Fitness
I like the advice about spotting a good trainer: How to Hire a Good Personal Trainer by Steve Kamb in Nerd Fitness

I need to do yoga every now and then: If You Lift Weights, This Yoga Sequence Is a Must by Jenny Sugar in PopsugarMan yoga pose

Youth Sports
The scary part is that many kids suffer concussions but are never seen in emergency rooms, so this number might be low: Almost 2 Million U.S. Kids Get Concussions a Year by Steven Reinberg in WebMD

I wonder if the trend will ever go back toward kids playing multiple sports: The Age of Single-Sport Athletes Endures Despite Detractors’ Suspicions in The New York Times

Social Media and Communication
Tips to hook your readers in the first few sentences: 4 steps to crafting a terrific blog post opening by Elizabeth Dyrsmid in Ragan

I really believe that video will be the center of communication: How Video Marketing Will Change the Game for Marketers in 2016 by Vala Afshar in The Huffington Post

Did you like one of these articles or books? Do you have any others to share? I’d love to hear your thoughts below!

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