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Liam Mather

117 days ago

I have a lot more to learn about this subject, but I'm glad I spend the money I do on the food I do.

Pro tip: If buying direct from a farm ask to see the operation. when I visited Windyview Farms outside Greenwood, N.S., I was blown away by the life the animals live and the respect and stewardship of the land the staff employ, "treat the land good and all else will follow."

Truer words.

Eating meat might be the only healthy and sustainable diet.

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Liam Mather

337 days ago

Time Ferris nails it on this one, or, well, the man narrating the book excerpt nails it. The Canvas Strategy, clear the way for those on top and you control the path for them, yourself and others... ish... might have murdered that interpretation :)

#167: The Canvas Strategy -- What Ben Franklin and Bill Belichick Have in Common

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Liam Mather

346 days ago

"It doesn’t take very long for average speed to produce incredible results"

Also a glance at "habit graduation", a concept I constantly struggle with as I get established with habits.

What is Your “Average Speed” in Your Life, Your Health, and Your Work?

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Liam Mather

346 days ago

Everytime I take a break from the gym for whatever reason - usually excuses - I take a re-read of this article and focus. The focus on form, on small gains, it's important and crucial for maintaining perspective... both at the gym and in the office.

This is the Greatest Weightlifting Lesson I’ve Learned

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Liam Mather

346 days ago

A solid, quick read on how you can still speak "off the cuff" and sound intelligent and prepared. Kind of an anti-thesis in this TED Talks era.

Bottom line up front: Know your message, and know it one sentence.

Yes, You Can Still Prepare To Speak Off The Cuff

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