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Do a Day Paperback – March 7, 2017
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"Bryan's journey is synonymous with inspiration and leaves us filled with hope -- and more than that -- a plan for 'doing life!'. The Do a Day philosophy epitomizes the craving that lives within each of us. The desire to create a life of excellence and unrelenting passion for living life to the fullest. Relationships deepen, careers flourish, and health blossoms... learn to Do a Day, every day. Read this book!"
Dai Manuel, Life Coach & Fitness Celebrity
Author, The Whole Life Fitness Manifesto
About the Author
Bryan Falchuk is a Certified Personal Trainer and Behavior Change Specialist who founded newbodi.es to help people change their lives for the better. He is a husband, father, brother, uncle, son, vegan, marathoner and many other things. Bryan spent the first half of his life obese, and much of the second half trying not to be obese again until he discovered the approach to change all that – Do a Day. Using Do A Day, Bryan was able to break from this pattern to live a life of consistent, unending health and wellness, and works to share what he’s learned with others seeking a happier, more complete existence through newbodi.es. As Bryan says, people don’t change, lives do. His goal is to help people change their lives. Bryan changed his life while staying true to himself. So can you. Tomorrow is a new Day for all of us. You can wake up and Do it.
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Reading Bryan's book is like chatting with an old friend and trusted mentor. He is a friend who is open, honest, and inspirational because he is authentically engaged in reaching the same lofty goals himself. I was blown away by Bryan's candor and willingness to share such challenging experiences in his life. It made me more willing and able to talk with myself and with those I love about my own personal and professional goals: I would like to healthily lose another 20lbs, I would like to improve my impact at work, I would like to limit myself to two drinks a week, and I would like to strive to be an even better loving husband.
Will I do all of these things perfectly tomorrow? Probably not. But thanks to Bryan's story, his honesty, and most importantly his Do a Day method, I feel equipped to Do the Day tomorrow successfully with his steps as my guide. And I will do it with a lot less stress knowing that if I don't do everything perfectly I can return to Bryan's book and his stories to find the inspiration and methods to Do a Day again the next day. (EL)
Do a Day is appreciative of people’s differences and faults – the author doesn’t write as if he expects everyone to live exactly as he does now. He even shares where he went wrong on his journey so the reader can learn from it. These semi-autobiographical sections are one of the strengths of this book, for me. It added interest and a more human element than lists of instructions.
I felt as if some parts were over-explained, such as the metaphor of the chapter entitled “Before My Dawn”. I enjoyed the humor that I read, but there was too little of it, making the book a little more serious than it otherwise could have been.
The chapter order was well-chosen to guide the reader through the author’s philosophy, and I appreciated the references to scientific studies and other data that lent some credibility to the method, which was otherwise based on anecdotal evidence.
The content of the method itself was not revolutionary, but I felt that in this form it might be more accessible and inspirational to some people who might otherwise not care or not have the opportunity to learn about it. Do a Day felt like an honest account that didn’t promise any quick, or low-effort fixes.
Mainly, the book gives sensible advice. It covers how to apply the described way of thinking to every aspect of daily life – exercise, eating, parenting, work, and getting through a bad day. It’s very thorough, and feels like a natural fit for each.
Overall, it contains useful advice with interesting sections of autobiography and is well-explained and is accessible and inspirational.
Most recent customer reviews
I find the book totally rubbish.
The author seams to be very "high on himself" and talks more about his...Read more