How good health and fitness habits can boost your career -- and ultimately your life.
#19: Canvas Credit Union's Tansley Stearns Shares How Early Morning Runs Keep Her Sharp Throughout the Day...
She claims you can set the time by her. And I don't doubt it after interviewing an eternally positive and punctual Canvas Credit Union Chief People and Strategy Officer Tansley Stearns, who shares how her early morning runs at 3:15 a.m. each day (except weekends when she slacks off by sleeping in 'til 7:00 a.m.) keep her sharp in her job. Staying engaged, productive, and creative are a must for her to help her credit union thrive and succeed in today's highly competitive financial services arena.
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Mateo Smart Bathmat
Mateo eliminates the need to step on a scale with the first smart bathroom mat. You step on it and while you dry your feet, Mateo recognizes you with a unique footprint recognition.
The beautiful part of Mateo is that you log your weight without seeing it, and know that you can be alerted if anything is wrong so it removes the anxiety from a health signifier that often feels like a moral judgement.
The world's first smart bath mat to monitor your body without thinking about it. It even measures your posture.
Liferider: Heart, Body, Soul, and Life Beyond the Ocean
by Laird Hamilton and Julian Borra
Surfing icon Laird Hamilton offers inspiration to anyone who wants to elevate their ordinary, landlocked lives to do extraordinary things.
Millions of us increasingly seek happiness in fads and self-help books, reaching upward every day toward some enlightened state that we wish to attain. Laird Hamilton is more intent on looking inward and appreciating the brilliant creatures we already are. In Liferider, Laird uses five key pillars—Death & Fear, Heart, Body, Soul, and Everything Is Connected—to illustrate his unique worldview and life practices.