Gen The 10 Woman reading tablet-1Here’s my last explanation of how I create these “The 10” posts. No, I don’t spend hours online reading blog posts and articles every day to
find the ones I share. I use an RSS reader called Feedly to find articles on particular topics I find interesting. These are the topics below. I then go through the list of articles in each category in my Feedly account every few days and read the ones that seem interesting. I save the ones I like to Evernote, and we create a post with some of the articles each week. You might have a different process to read and learn, but this works for me. I’d love to hear how you read and study!

Here are the articles I think you should read this week!

 Book I read this week: The Entrepreneur’s Solution: The Modern Millionaire’s Path to More Profit, Fans & Freedom by Mel Abraham. I’m in sort of an entrepreneurial groove with my reading right now. I think this book is great for people just starting to build a business. I loved the parts about getting the right mindset and pursuing altruistic goals that help others in addition to making money!

 Book I’m reading next week: Choose Yourself! by James Altucher. I listen to his podcast, and I love his perspective on life and work. I’m excited to read this book!

Sports Medicine
Would you use caffeine before exercise if this study turns out to be true? Coffee might improve your endurance during exercise by Tim Newman in Medical News Today

This is a heartbreaking story, but hopefully it will raise awareness of head injuries in football. Football’s dangers, illustrated by one young man’s brain by Nadia Kounang in CNN

Here’s a way you can test whether gluten is bad for your daily performance: Should You Take a 2-week Break From Gluten? by Caitlin Carlson in Men’s Fitness

Coconut oil seems to be all the rage. Should you add it to your diet? Ask Well: Is Coconut Oil a Healthy Fat? by Roni Caryn Rabin in The New York Times

Social Media and Communication
Good tips for anyone who writes articles or posts: 5 guidelines to make your writing more colorful by Connie Piloto in RaganWoman typing on laptop

If you are looking to write a book and go the traditional publishing route, this article explains what your editor at the publishing house might do for you: What Exactly Does An Editor Do? The Role Has Changed Over Time by Lynn Neary in NPR

Productivity and Self Improvement

Terrific tips for the introverts (I have some of these tendencies): How to Overcome Shyness | Tips to Overcome Shyness in any Social Setting by Chalene Johnson in

I don’t really use mantras, but if you use them to power through struggles, these mantra could help you: 9 Mantras That Will Keep You Mentally Strong in Tough Times by Amy Morin in Inc.

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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