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Eat Move Sleep: How Small Choices Lead to Big Changes Hardcover – October 8, 2013
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Since best-selling motivational author Rath was diagnosed at 16 with a rare disease, he has lived with the threat of tumors. He learned how everyday decisions affected the length and quality of his life and shares the results of his voracious reading and research. His essential prescription for a longer and healthier life is, eat right, move more, sleep better. Each chapter focuses on three findings and ideas concerning those three basic ingredients of a good day. Among his observations: every bite of food or sip of a drink is a net gain or loss to health; excessive sitting promotes weight gain and contributes to diseases from diabetes to cancer; more and restful sleep, in concert with better eating habits and exercise, promises health and longevity. He counsels against diet and exercise crazes and the American myth that ties productivity to little sleep. Known for his work on enhancing potential in organizations, Rath has turned his talent to how the little decisions about mundane things, from what you eat to how you sleep, can have a significant impact on your life. --Vanessa Bush
"For managers to be successful, this book on eating, moving, and sleeping is essential."
-THE GLOBE AND MAIL'S TOP BUSINESS BOOKS OF 2013
"..prolific business author Rath..offers practical tips to make long-lasting behavior changes..his willingness to share his personal struggles makes this an easy, persuasive read.."
-SIR KEN ROBINSON, bestselling author of The Element
"One of the most successful nonfiction writers of his generation, Tom Rath has produced a blockbuster book that offers readers deep insights alongside specific actions. Eat Move Sleep is a transformative work."
-DANIEL H. PINK, bestselling author of Drive and To Sell Is Human
"Rath's new book invaluably delivers."
-BRIAN WANSINK, Ph.D., author of Mindless Eating
"Tom Rath lays out ways of changing our eating, exercise, and sleeping habits that are easy to do at our own pace. Eat Move Sleep will be a big help to me and my patients."
-GORDY KLATT, M.D., founder of the American Cancer Society Relay for Life
"Tom Rath's next project [Eat Move Sleep] may be his most important yet...Fortune 500 leaders look to him as one of the greatest thinkers of his generation."
"Tom Rath has developed multiple creative strategies for a lifestyle of enduring health."
-CALDWELL B. ESSELSTYN, JR., M.D., author of Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease
"A wonderful book you can't stop reading. Your health I.Q. will never be the same."
-PATRICK LENCIONI, bestselling author of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
"A road map for leading a long and meaningful life. Every human being should have this book right next to the Bible on their nightstand."
-VAL J. HALAMANDARIS, President, National Association for Homecare and Hospice
"Tom Rath knows this topic inside out and is sharing his best research-driven tips and proven ideas in a relaxed, relatable, and easy-to-digest format."
-KEN BLANCHARD, Ph.D., coauthor of The One Minute Manager
"Tom Rath has successfully written the operating code for human health. Reading Eat Move Sleep should be as mandatory as health insurance."
-SHAWN ACHOR, bestselling author of The Happiness Advantage and Before Happiness
"Eat Move Sleep never lets the reader off the hook. All 76 million of us Baby Boomers should take heed."
-MERYL COMER, President, Geoffrey Beene Foundation, Alzheimer's Initiative
"Backed by science and filled with heart, Eat Move Sleep is the best self-improvement book I've ever read."
-ORI BRAFMAN, bestselling author of Sway and The Starfish and the Spider
"Eat Move Sleep is simply a must-read. As a physician, I cannot begin to explain how vital this book is for improving human health and well-being."
-JASON POWERS, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, Right Step
"Breakthrough insights about your ultimate strength: your health. I learned surprising health secrets from Tom's life long research..read Eat Move Sleep, you will be stronger and live longer."
-GREG LINK, co-founder FranklinCovey and co-author of Smart Trust
"Being healthy begins by reading this life-changing book."
-ANITA BRUZZESE, author and USA Today columnist
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~ Tom Rath from Eat Move Sleep
Eat Move Sleep.
The simple, powerful keys to optimal health and well-being.
We talk about these fundamentals ALL the time and this is my new favorite book on health. And, Tom Rath is one of my new favorite teachers.
His work is backed by a TON (!!!) of scientific research and he distills it all into very simple, fun, smart, practical tips we can apply *TODAY*! (My kind of guy.) Plus, you can tell he’s just a *really* good human. Super passionate, humble, hard-working, balanced and integrated while committed to making a huge difference in the world.
I’m excited to share some of my favorite Big Ideas:
1. Eat Move Sleep - Work on all three simultaneously.
2. 10,008 Hours + 36 Minutes - For peak performance.
3. Candy for Cancer Cells - 150 lbs of sugar = not good.
4. Want to Improve? - Measure!
5. Buy Willpower - At the store.
I hope you enjoyed this quick look at a great book. Here’s to optimizing our fundamentals as we actualize our potential in greatest service to the world!
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I would like to mention that a reviewer called it "subjective" but in the back there are a boatload of links that are in reference to the author's claims. Therefore, if one is skeptical about anything they can independently verify the author's findings. But I can see where this reviewer (and probably others) found this text subjective. The author talks about himself and his habits a good amount of the time. It's irritating, but certainly doesn't make this book "subjective" because his main claims are presumably scientific.
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